Year / Date of Issue: 08.2021
Developer site: korg
Format: STANDALONE, VSTi, AAX, AUi
Bit depth: 64bit
Tabletka: present | RET
System requirements: Windows 7+, VST, AAX host
| VST | Standalone
[iNTEL] + [M1]
MacOS 10.13 High Sierra or higher (latest update)
Plugin Formats: AU | VST | Standalone
Description: An exact replica of a keyboard workstation
According to Korg, the virtual Triton mimics a real instrument, bringing both workstation and sampler capabilities into the digital environment. The virtual Korg Triton is equipped with a copy of the HI Synthesis (Hyper Integrated Synthesis) engine, as well as 4000 presets and presets (both original and those that came out on expansion cards). As the company notes, each preset sounds completely identical to a real keyboard workstation.
The last masterpiece of the 20th century, revived 20 years later.
The original Triton was based on quality PCM samples, offering two types of filters, five general effects, two master effects, and an EQ on the master output. A special combo mode of operation allowed to combine up to eight layers of sound for simultaneous play. All these features have migrated to the virtual Triton with the only difference that access to the instrument settings has been made much easier.
The plugin is also equipped with a polyphonic arpeggiator with a large number of patterns programmed by the creators. As for the 16-track step sequencer, they did not include it in the virtual version of Triton, considering its capabilities irrelevant in comparison with the skills of most DAWs.
Perfect reproduction of the TRITON workstation in software.
The KORG TRITON Synthesizer Workstation series was first released in 1999 and has received prestigious awards. Top musicians around the world loved the expressive PCM sound and used their TRITON on countless songs.