Korg has introduced a software version of its Triton workstation synthesizer, complete with its full array of EXB-PCM sound expansion cards.
The original Korg Triton workstation was introduced in 1999. Now it’s available, in virtual form, as part of the company’s Korg Collection.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
“Hundreds of thousands of KORG TRITON music workstations were sold to quickly become beloved by many of the world’s most prominent musicians. Each and every one of the sounds of the original TRITON is included, all of which are fully reproduced in software. This includes sounds that were widely used in the 90s and 2000s dance music, hip hop, and R&B. Every synthesizer patch is useful, with no filler sounds, giving you the ready-to-use sounds you expect of a real workstation.”
- Complete reproduction of TRITON’s HI (Hyper Integrated) synthesis system. Includes eight-part multi-timbre combis, a large collection of PCM samples, five IFX, and two MFX.
- Supervised by original TRITON developers
- Over 4,000 sound programs
- Includes all of the expansion library EXB-PCM cards
- Features a new sound browser for quickly searching by instrument/character
- Includes an ‘Easy’ mode that gives you instant access to important parameters
- 307 dual arpeggiator patterns
- A free demo version is also available
Korg Triton is available through Jan 16, 2020 with an intro price of $199 USD, or as part of Korg Collection. See the Korg site for details.