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Triton-Edit-ProSoundEditorUser GuideWindows Edition

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:1 INTRODUCTION .51. 1 Credits .51.2 Support.52 INSTALLATION/REQUIREMENTS.62.1 Before You Begin .63 OVERVIEW .74 PROGRAM FLOW .85 SOUNDEDITOR SETUP .95.1 MIDI SETUP.95.2 RECEIVING TRITON DATA.115.3 SHORTCUTS .136 PROGRAM BANK (PLAY) MODE .166.1 PROGRAM BANK MODE .166.2 PROGRAM GENETICS .196.3 PROGRAM PHANTOM BANKS.226.4 PROGRAM LIBRARIAN .246.5 PROGRAM LIBRARIAN .277 PROGRAM EDIT MODE .307.1 PROGRAM EDIT MODE .307.2 EDITING PROGRAM PARAMETERS.347.3 PROGRAM PROPERTY WINDOW .438 COMBINATION BANK (Play) MODE.458.1 COMBINATION BANK .458.2 PROGRAM LIBRARIAN .488.3 PROGRAM PHANTOM BANKS.519 COMBINATION EDIT MODE.539.1 COMBINATION EDIT MODE .539.2 EDITING COMBINATION PARAMETERS .569.3 COMBINATION SIGNAL FLOW.619.4 COMBINATION PROPERTY POP-UP WINDOW .6410 DRUM KIT EDITING .6510.1 EDITING DRUM KITS .6510.2 DRUM INSTRUMENT LIBRARY.6711 EFFECTS EDITING .6811.1 MFX and Insert FX .6811.2 MFX EFFECT SYSTEM LIBRARY.7012 PATTERNS AND ARPEGGIO EDITING.7212.1 ARPEGGIO EDITING.7212.2 PATTERN EDITING .7412.3 PATTERN LIBRARIAN.8013 GLOBAL SETTING EDITING.8313.1 GLOBAL SETTINGS .8313.2 USER SCALE OCTAVE .8613.3 USER SCALE ALL .87Triton SoundEditor User Guide3

13.4 AUDIO INPUT .8814 BANKS MANAGEMENT .8914.1 TRITON BANKS MANAGER.8914.2 PCG BANKS MANAGEMENT.9415 SOUND AUDITIONING .9915.1 TRIEDITPRO PC COMPUTER KEYBOARD .9915.2 JOYSTICK CONTROLS .10116 SEQUENCER/MULTI MODE.10316.1 SEQUENCER MODE .10316.2 MIXER .11217 CUBASE AND CAKEWALK SUPPORT .11517.1 CUBASE 5.X / SX PATCH SCRIPT GENERATION.11517.2 CUBASE DRUM MAP EDITOR.11917.3 CAKEWALK INSTRUMENT DEFINITION FILES.123Triton SoundEditor User Guide4

1 INTRODUCTIONCongratulations and thank you for downloading/purchasing TritonEditProSoundEditor for the Korg Triton synthesizer! TritonEditPro is designed to be theultimate tool for organizing and creating presets for your Triton series instrument.Through a MIDI connection, this program can receive and transmit singleprograms, combinations, drum kits, patterns or entire Triton data. Once thecomponents are transmitted to the computer, all parameters can be displayedand edited in a graphical user interface. The program can also be used to learnthe inner details of the Triton architecture. Programs, combinations, patterns andother components can be added to libraries in user-named categories forcreating custom banks – a terrific feature for musicians looking to organizepatches for easy retrieval later! In addition, a genetics function is available tocreate new Triton programs simply by morphing or mutating two patches togetherinto a whole new bank or using smart algorithms to achieve the best randompatch generation results.This manual, both a user guide and handy reference, is designed to get you upand running quickly.We hope you enjoy using SoundEditor for your Triton synthesizer!- The Software Development Team1. 1 CreditsSoftware Development: Soundtower Software, Windsor, Ontario, Canada.User Guide Development: Derek Prowse.1.2 SupportSupport for this product is available at: www.soundtower.com/tritonTriton SoundEditor User Guide5

2 INSTALLATION/REQUIREMENTSTritonEditPro is designed to run on Windows 95/98/XP Windows 2000 and MEOS.With some earlier Windows ME or Windows 2000 Service pack the manual setupmay be required.The TritonEditPro application requires:Pentium 100MHz (Min)10MB Hard Drive space128 MB RAM (min.).1024 x 768 minimum screen resolution.A MIDI interfaceThe Triton firmware must be V2.0 or higher to work correctly with SoundEditor.Updates are available at: www.korg.comA wheeled, two–button mouse is recommended for additional control of theprogram.2.1 Before You BeginTo get the most out of the TritonEditPro program you should first be familiar withthe operation of your Triton-series instrument. The Triton-series instruments offeran abundance of programmable features, and the accompanying OperationManual is the key resource for a complete explanation of the features andworkings of the instrument.Although this software program can be an invaluable resource to aid inunderstanding your Triton-series instrument, it is not a substitute for reading theOperation Manual.Triton SoundEditor User Guide6

3 OVERVIEWThis User Guide will walk you through the steps to setup TritonEditPro with yourTriton-series instrument. The EDITORS SETUP sections should be followed firstto get the hardware properly connected and running with the SoundEditorsoftware. From there you can freely explore SoundEditor, edit and auditionsounds, create new ones and have some fun! The Triton-series is a deep andcomplex set of instruments with many programming options.With this in mind, SoundTower editor has been designed to be as simple andeasy to use as possible while retaining all of the functional control needed toadjust every single Triton parameter.Triton SoundEditor User Guide7

4 PROGRAM FLOWTriton SoundEditor User Guide8

5 SOUNDEDITOR SETUP5.1 MIDI SETUPImportant: In order for Triton to communicate with the computer Triton's Globalsetting EXCL has to be ENA (enabled). This setting may be reset to DISautomatically when you use LOAD PRESET BANKS function in Globals or loadPCG file directly on Triton.1. Run TriEdPro.exe.2. From the Options menu select MIDI SETUP or press button on the toolbar:3.Select Midi IN (Triton)connected via Midi:and Midi OUT (Triton)ports where Triton is physicallyNote: Triton Extreme can be connected via USB port providing that USB Midi Drivers are loadedin the Windows system.4. Press DISABLE and ENABLE . If midi communication between the editor andthe synthesizer is OK then Triton ROM Version will be displayed.5. If you have another Midi port with Midi Controller Keyboard hooked to it, youcan use it to audition sounds by selecting MIDI IN (External Controller) port andactivating it . This feature will function properly only if there is separate portavailable on the system other than the port that synthesizer is connected to. MIDIIn (External Keyboard) should not be set to the same Midi port as MIDI In(Triton). If using the Triton Keyboard for playing notes, this port should not beTriton SoundEditor User Guide9

activated. This port is intended mostly to control Korg Triton Rack synthmodules.6. Keyboard LOCAL ON-OFF setting if enabled allows notes and controldata that Triton sends when played to be send back to triton. If enabled whileTriton’s Global setting “LOCAL” is also enabled my create unwanted results(double notes and etc.)7. Midi Channel Thru - If you use keyboard controller to play notes (other thanTriton), the notes are played on a specific midi channel (1 - 16). If this option inunmarked, the editor will automatically reroute midi channel to global channel inProgram Mode or selectable channel in combi mode. Midi Channel for playingand auditioning can be selected in V-Piano or by computer keys8. Triton uses Bank Map (Global Settings). It can be set to either "KORG" orGM/GM2. In order for the editor to switch banks correctly BANK MAP setting hasto be matched in both in Triton and the editor. If you fail to match those settingthe editor will not switch from one Program/Combination bank to another.9. MOSS BOARD Present – Enable is you have the optional MOSS boardinstalled10. If the midi communication is OK then exit MIDI SETUP window.Triton SoundEditor User Guide10

5.2 RECEIVING TRITON DATAThere are many options to receive data from Triton. "Receive All Data" will pull allTriton Internal Banks. Depending on a mode: Program, Combi, Pattern Edit orDrum Kit Edit, you can also request data from specific banks. "Receive" and"Transmit" functions are located under Midi window menu.Program or Combination Mode:Note: EXB banks are available only for Triton Rack and Studio modelsPattern Edit: Triton Extreme banks are labeled with letters H Triton SoundEditor User Guide11

Drum Kit Edit:.There is an option to receive single Program, Combi, Pattern and Drum Kitdumps or to request and receive whole banks at once. It is recommended to useSmall-Single dumps to make sure that the data is transferred correctly. Triton'sbanks are very large in size and receiving big data can cause problems like byteloss making an incoming data corrupted and incomplete. Also some midiinterfaces have drivers that may not handle large dumps well (MOTU).Triton SoundEditor User Guide12

(5.2 Cont’d) TRANSMITTING DATA TO TRITONThe bank data Transmission to Triton has to be slowed down for Triton toprocess the incoming data. In Tri-EditPro setting time intervals between dumpscan optimize long transmission time. Default values were tested and should workcorrectly. In case, when at the end of the transmission you see "Midi ReceiveError" displayed on Triton's LCD, interval time should be increased.Sync to Triton option ensures correct transmission but is much slower since TriEditPro has to wait for "received complete" signal from Triton before sendinganother data dump.5.3 SHORTCUTSGlobal Shortcut keysMidi Setup:Change to PROGRAM ModeChange to COMBINATION ModeChange to SEQUENCER ModeGlobal SettingsF2F3F4F5Ctrl-GMouse Piano:Triton Continuous Control.CC JoystickF6Ctrl-F6Shift-F6Add Program Snap Shot (Program Mode)View Program S. Shots (Program Mode)F7F8Cubase Drum Map Editor WindowSave Cubase Drum Map As.Ctrl-SGenetics WindowCopy selected Kid:Ctrl-VTriton SoundEditor User Guide13

Rename Kids:Send To Library - Selected KidSend To Library - All KidsCopy Mommy’s Bank to Kids:Ctrl-RCtrl-KCtrl-TCtrl-MTriton Combination Library/Triton Program Library/Triton Program MOSSLibraryLoad Library FileCtrl-OImport Combinations:Ctrl-ICtrl-SSave:Copy:Ctrl-CPaste Add:Ctrl-VCut:Ctrl-XDelete:Shift delCombination Phantom Banks/Program Phantom MOSS Banks/ProgramPhantom BanksLoad Bank DataCtrl-OSave Bank hift-delTriton Pattern Library/Triton Drum Library/Triton MFX delSnapshotsCopy:Paste AddRename:Ctrl-CCtrl-VCtrl-RMFX Edit WindowLoad MFXSave Current MFXCopyPasteCtrl-OCtrl-SCtrl-CCtrl-VMain WindowLoad All Triton DataSave All Triton DataTriton Banks ManagerPCG ManagerCtrl-LCtrl-SCtrl-BCtrl-WTriton SoundEditor User Guide14

Program Banks/Edit WindowCopy ProgramPaste ProgramInitialize ProgramProgram PropertyCtrl-CCtrl-VCtrl-ICtrl-PCombination Banks/Edit WindowCopy CombinationPaste CombinationInitialize CombinationCombination PropertyDisplay Signal ncer MainLoad Sequence SetupSave Sequence Setup AsDisplay Signal FlowMixerCtrl-OCtrl-SCtrl-FCtrl-MTriton SoundEditor User Guide15

6 PROGRAM BANK (PLAY) MODE6.1 PROGRAM BANK MODEUse Mode button to switch to PROGRAM BANK MODE. PROGRAM BANKMODE corresponds to Triton's PROGRAM (PLAY) mode. Since Tri-EditPro isfully interactive you can press PROG button on Triton and the editor willautomatically switch to PROGRAM BANK MODE. In this mode the editordisplays all Triton's Program banks: Internal RAM, GM and EXB. After receivingbanks from Triton or loading the data from files, banks display all their programsnames. In this window you can organize, rename, copy and paste or dragprograms from one place to an other. If there is too many Program Banks todisplay in the window you can make banks to appear smaller by clicking on"Bank X" label or move them to the left .In this window you choose Programs and Triton will also automatically switch tothat Program so you can audition it or select it for editing. To select Program clickon its name in any bank . The selected program's name should appear in namebox . If it does not, then check midi communication.Note: If Triton does not switch from one bank to another check Bank Map setting.There are two different ways to copy and paste programs that give great amountof flexibility.Triton SoundEditor User Guide16

1) By using Edit menu. From Edit menu a copied PROGRAM is copied fromprogram "buffer" that is displayed in Program Name Box . The same withpasting, a pasted program is pasted to a "buffer" that gets displayed in the namebox.2) By using right mouse button pop-up menu. PROGRAM is copied from programlocation. If pasted using pop-up menu, a pasted program is actually being writtento the selected location.You can use both ways combined. For example, use Edit menu to copy currentprogram as it sounds or after it was edited and then paste it to any new locationusing pop-up menu. If you loaded a bank from file, you can copy it using pop-upmenu and then paste it using Edit menu. In this case a pasted program will notbe written to Triton but dumped to a "buffer" so you can audition it, check it'ssound etc. These are just simple examples. Copied Triton Program is availablefor pasting throughout the editor.Tool bar buttons are used to request and send current Program buffer fromTriton. Write button displays WRITE PROGRAM dialog where you can renameand write the program to Triton.To prevent accidental moving of Programs in banks, an option, "Enable DragDrop between banks," needs to be enabled before you can drag and dropPrograms freely.Triton SoundEditor User Guide17

Dragging and Dropping Programs in PROGRAM BANK MODE windowexchanges one program with an other as you can notice on pictures below(Gospel PercOrgan has been exchanged with MG Pulse Bass). Physical banksin Triton are also automatically updated with changes.To change "Category" of a current Program click on Category label:Triton SoundEditor User Guide18

6.2 PROGRAM GENETICSWhen in Program (Play) Mode enter Program Genetics by selecting Options inmain Menu and then PROGRAM GENETICS in drop down menu .All Genetic features can be controlled from this pop-up window:On the pop-up window there are four buttons corresponding to breedingfunctions/methodologies . They are Mix, Morph, Mutate and Random:Genetics allows the user to quickly build new sounds from two existing ones in asimilar fashion to breeding. Parameters of each of the twosources (parents) are combined using three different functions to generate a newbank of resultant sounds (kids).Triton SoundEditor User Guide19

The four functions are:Mix: each parameter of each child is randomly chosen from either a parameterfrom the mother or father source. For example if the mother’scutoff frequency was 10 and the father’s was 88, the children’s values would onlybe 10 or 88.Morph: the value of each parameter is linearly interpolated from one parent tothe other. The first child is identical to the mother; the lastchild is identical to the father. All others are weighted towards each parentdepending on their placement within the list. The middle child isexactly ½ mother and ½ father.Mutate: the value of each parameter of each child is randomly chosen fromwithin the range between each parent’s parameter. For example if themother’s cutoff frequency was 10 and the father’s was 88; the children’s valueswould be between 10 and 88 50, 25, 88, 70, 63 etc.Random: a random number from within the min/max voyager parameter rangeproduces the value of each parameter of each child.The parent characteristics are imported from Program Bank A through D byselectingand then following the drop down menus for both Mom and Dad:The easiest way to audition results is to use computer keys and click on eachchild to hear it. If the sound is pleasing, simply drag and drop itin a top offspring bank ,send it to Librarianor simply use copy and paste.Triton SoundEditor User Guide20

You can also randomly assign MFX or ARP system from Mommy to Kids byselecting MFX or ARP Wiz buttons :Experimentation by using vastly different parents and similar parents creates niceresults. You can interbreed offspring too. In addition, you can set some filters .The excluded parameters will not take a part in generation and their values willbe inherited from the mother.This filter option enables the editor to automatically send selected Presets in theGenetics window from the mother's, father's, kids' and top offspring bank to theedit buffer for audition. Note: characteristics of oscillators 1 and 2 can beindividually selected out.Additionally, the auto write is protected from accidentally being selected toprevent overwriting individual programs in program banks when send is clicked.Important: The text names are also morphed thus the strange children’s names.This is normal.Triton SoundEditor User Guide21

6.3 PROGRAM PHANTOM BANKSUse Mode buttonMODE. Clickto switch to PROGRAM BANK MODE or COMBINATIONto open Program Phantom Banks (PhB) window.In PhB window you can create you own bank of programs saved to your harddrive.In the PhB window select program bank desired by left clicking .To add PROGRAMs to selected Phantom Bank from Bank's A through GM firstleft click to select destination in panel to right.There are three different ways to copy and paste programs that give greatamount of flexibility.1) By using Edit menu. From Edit menu a copied PROGRAM is copied fromprogram "buffer" that is displayed in Program Name Box. The same with pasting,a pasted program is pasted to a "buffer" that gets displayed in the name box.Triton SoundEditor User Guide22

2) By using right mouse button pop-up menu. PROGRAM is copied from programlocation. If pasted using pop-up menu, a pasted program is actually being writtento selected location.3) By dragging and dropping the PROGRAM from the source bank to thePhantom Bank list panel.FromBank Data can be loaded or saved with file extension .tab, andPrograms can be loaded from or copied to Program Banks A through D.Additionally, Phantom Banks can be populated from Genetics Top Offspring.The list can be sorted alphabetically, categorically, by Ram/Rom characteristicsor by Pattern No. from Menu using functions found under.To clear program list for a selected Phantom Program Bank, right click on list andselect "Clear Bank."When finished building Phantom Program Bank list useto write/send to disk.Add Current Program writes to selected destination the program in name boxpre-selected in PROGRAM (PLAY) mode window.Triton SoundEditor User Guide23

6.4 PROGRAM LIBRARIANThe Librarian is a powerful program editing and organizational tool of TritonSound Editor.Use Mode buttonMODE. Clickto switch to PROGRAM BANK MODE or COMBINATIONto open Triton Program Library (LIB) window.The Librarian is organized in two panels: left is a list of Program Categories ,right is Triton Programs list .Imported Bank programs or a library is loaded by use ofin Menu. Note thatprograms can be loaded from a library you have created (Ctrl O) or from one ofthe pre-loaded Ram Program Banks A - D or from GM.Example:After loading a program bank, in this example Bank B , you will see all programssorted by Program Category in the left panel. Any selected program category,here it is the Keyboard category , has it's corresponding family of programslisted in the right panel . In our example there are 10 programs listed under theKeyboard Category.Triton SoundEditor User Guide24

You can add programs individually from the Program (Play) mode by firstselecting the program by clicking desired Bank and then usingbutton or by dragging and dropping directly from the Program (Play) mode Banklist.Continuing with this example, it is a simple matter to edit a selected programfrom within Librarian. Clickto enter edit mode. To edit Attack Piano fromthe Keyboard category, the program is first sent to the active buffer by clicking. It now resides in RAM."Attack Piano" should be in the program Name box .Triton SoundEditor User Guide25

button to addAfter editing the program to your satisfaction clickit to the Triton Programs list in right panel. It will be added at the bottom of the listwith the same name as the original program .It is a simple matter to rename the file by double clicking on this entry and typingnew name.To save the new program use "Save" or "Save Library As. ." underinMenu. The Librarian files are saved the with .tlp extension. Note that ProgramBank extension .tpb can be used when saving to Bank. When loading libraryprograms note that Sysex data (.sys) is accepted as well.Triton SoundEditor User Guide26

6.5 PROGRAM LIBRARIANThe Librarian is a powerful program editing and organizational tool of TritonSound Editor. Use Mode button to switch to PROGRAM BANK MODE orCOMBINATION MODE. Clickwindow.to open Triton Program Library (LIB)The Librarian is organized in two panels: left is a list of Program Categories ,right is Triton Programs list .Imported Bank programs or a library is loaded by use ofin Menu. Note thatprograms can be loaded from a library you have created (Ctrl O) or from one ofthe pre-loaded Ram Program Banks A - D or from GM.Example:After loading a program bank, in this example Bank B , you will see all programssorted by Program Category in the left panel. Any selected program category,here it is the Keyboard category , has it's corresponding family of programslisted in the right panel . In our example there are 10 programs listed under theKeyboard Category.Triton SoundEditor User Guide27

You can add programs individually from the Program (Play) mode by firstselecting the program by clicking desired Bank and then usingbutton or by dragging and dropping directly from the Program (Play) mode Banklist.Continuing with this example, it is a simple matter to edit a selected programfrom within Librarian. Clickto enter edit mode. To edit Attack Piano fromthe Keyboard category, the program is first sent to the active buffer by clicking. It now resides in RAM."Attack Piano" should be in the program Name box .After editing the program to your satisfaction clickbutton to addit to the Triton Programs list in right panel. It will be added at the bottom of the listwith the same name as the original program .Triton SoundEditor User Guide28

It is a simple matter to rename the file by double clicking on this entry and typingnew name.To save the new program use "Save" or "Save Library As." underinMenu. The Librarian files are saved the with .tlp extension. Note that ProgramBank extension .tpb can be used when saving to Bank. When loading libraryprograms note that Sysex data (.sys) is accepted as well.Triton SoundEditor User Guide29

7 PROGRAM EDIT MODE7.1 PROGRAM EDIT MODEUse Mode buttonto switch to PROGRAM (PLAY) MODE. Useto move into Program Edit Mode.The Program Edit window is similar to the Sequencer and Combi Edit window butis much more involved. Functionality is the same.In addition to the Sequencer and Combi Edit mode parameters of: Common settingsArp A and BMaster FX 1 and 2Insert FXMaster EQthe Program Play Mode adds: Oscillator 1 and 2AmpAmp EGFilterFilter EGLFOPitchDrum settingsto the list.Note: There is only one channel for Program play mode as it uses the globalchannel of the keyboard.Except for the Drum settings these are accessed by either scrolling down to theactive part of the window or by use of the buttons on the task bar.Triton SoundEditor User Guide30

Drum settings are accessed through the drum buttonof the window beside the oscillator selection buttons.found at the topSAVING PROGRAM SETTINGSIf you like to save Program settings on your computer to recall for later use "SaveProgram Bank " or "Save Single Program" depending on your project.The file you save this way (with file extension *.t p) will contain only Programparameter setup data.Triton SoundEditor User Guide31

LOADING PROGRAM SETTINGSUse File menu to load setting you previously had saved.The loaded file will be displayed on editor's panels. The editor provides a flexibleway to send saved setting to update Program. You can either send allparameters or single banks of parameters by using windows Midi/Transfer menu.Data can be transmitted at default intervals or changed in Transmit window asneed after Transmit selection has been made.Triton SoundEditor User Guide32

*) The next Triton update should include copy/paste of parameter groups from/toSequence, Combinations and Programs.Triton SoundEditor User Guide33

7.2 EDITING PROGRAM PARAMETERSIn addition to the parameter set up common to both Combination Edit andProgram Edit there is an additional task bar containing buttons linking to thecontrols unique to Program Edit.Use Mode buttonto switch to PROGRAM (PLAY) MODE. Usemove into Program Edit Mode.toExcept for the Drum settings these are accessed by either scrolling down to theactive part of the window or by use of the buttons on the task bar.Drum settings are accessed through the drum buttonfound at the topof the window beside the oscillator selection buttons. Drum Kit editing is dealtwith in Editing Drum Kits and Drum Instrument Library tutorials.Triton SoundEditor User Guide34

OSCILLATORSThere are two Oscillators available to create programs.orbuttons to select OSC 1 or OSC 1 and OSC 2.Use theClicking on the Oscillator panel will load the parameters of the selected programinto the editing features accessed through buttons as described above (see .)Each oscillator has high and low multisound inputs. These are selected byclicking on name boxes H and L .The Oscillator Multisound window allows for selection from ROM or RAM, Sortingby number or Alphabetically and from file.Clicking on value boxes at (see above) opens a separate window that allowsfor an abbreviated Osc output adjustment more fully adjusted in OSC OUTPUTpanel found below with the AMP.When in double oscillator mode the relative levels of both oscillators can beadjusted to fine-tune the oscillators mix ratio.ARPTriton SoundEditor User Guide35

To display Arp settings click on the Arp panel:Use Arpeggiator window to change Arp settings. If yo

Triton SoundEditor User Guide 10 activated. This port is intended mostly to control Korg Triton Rack synth modules. 6. Keyboard LOCAL ON-OFF setting if enabled allows notes and control data that Triton sends when played to

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