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Saving created patches + loading other people's user patches

 
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BrysonPrice



Joined: 26 Sep 2009
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PostPosted: Sun May 08, 2022 8:55 pm    Post subject: Saving created patches + loading other people's user patches Reply with quote

I'd love to expand my Korg Triton Extreme and load some of these user patches, but first, I want to save what I've created just in case I accidentally overwrite some of my patches. Can I save my patches to a USB drive plugged into the back of my Triton Extreme? Also, has anyone here tried some of these patches out? http://korgforums.com/support/triton-extreme.htm
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Tommyboy



Joined: 26 Dec 2020
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PostPosted: Sat May 14, 2022 1:33 am    Post subject: yes you can Reply with quote

page 117 of the operations manual explains how to save all your internal sounds on a usb flash drive. I've downloaded lots of the patches from the downloads page and quite a few are really usable and there's alot of cool and weird stuff too. I like that when you plug in your usb, you can listen to each sound individually and even save each one by itself or as a whole bank, etc. Just be careful where you save them, as the factory combis may use a sound that you overwrite.I made a few sounds myself, like the Tom Sawyer sweep sound, the synth sounds of Cars by Gary Neuman, a few from Genesis' Mama and a few other cool famous sounds. If I get around to it, I'll see if I can upload them here. It's amazing what this synth can do when you dig into it.
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BrysonPrice



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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2022 8:40 pm    Post subject: Re: yes you can Reply with quote

Tommyboy wrote:
page 117 of the operations manual explains how to save all your internal sounds on a usb flash drive. I've downloaded lots of the patches from the downloads page and quite a few are really usable and there's alot of cool and weird stuff too. I like that when you plug in your usb, you can listen to each sound individually and even save each one by itself or as a whole bank, etc. Just be careful where you save them, as the factory combis may use a sound that you overwrite.I made a few sounds myself, like the Tom Sawyer sweep sound, the synth sounds of Cars by Gary Neuman, a few from Genesis' Mama and a few other cool famous sounds. If I get around to it, I'll see if I can upload them here. It's amazing what this synth can do when you dig into it.


Oh wow that's cool! And thanks for the info Very Happy I'd love to see the patches for your sounds
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