Welcome to Tritonhaven.
On this site you can find
anything about the Korg Triton
series: the classic, LE, Rack,
Studio, Extreme etc!
Have fun and don't forget to check
Wouldn't it be nice to replace to floppydrive with
an USB floppyemulator? You now can! Check out
this great tutorial by Ralf Mende
Protools 8 excel
file to construct midname files by
I created the attached excel workbook to construct midname files to work with ProTools
8 for Triton Rack users.
The excel workbook was made in Excel 2003, but does not use and VB code or macros, hence size.
Installing a compact flashcard (CF)
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New Midi device manager file by
"I spent weeks looking online for
the cubase midi device manager file
for my Triton Extreme but could not
find one. Eventually I gave up and
decided I would just have to make it
myself, so I did. The file is
attached if you want to use it on
your website to save some other poor
soul from wasting their time. It
maps out all of the programs with
their names and program numbers and
is organised in the instrument type
groups found in the keyboard, it
even includes all of the midi sounds
and the sample bank."
To use open cubase SX, and
select; Devices, Midi Device
Manager. From the the Midi Device
Manager Window select; Import Setup.
From the Import Setup window find
the downloaded 'Triton Extreme [KORG].xml'
file and select open, it will then
ask you if you want to import the
setup, select ok.
Once the setup is installed you will
see it in the midi device manager.
If your Triton Extreme is connected
to the computer with a midi
connection then you should be able
to select it from the drop down box
on the midi device manager window,
this will associate the device
manager setup with the Triton
extreme. You should now be able to
select the program you want from the
program dropdown in cubase next to
the midi track your working on.
Note: The Triton Extreme Bank Map
needs to be set to 'Korg' rather
than 'GM2' on the Global settings,
system preference tab. And you need
to be in program or sequencer mode.
>> Thanks Alan!