Korg Triton Sample Collection 007

Korg Triton SynthesizerThe Korg Triton is a diverse synthesiser and the rack version is the smallest but also the most expandable of the series. In this selection of Triton samples we used the Triton Rack and the Vintage Archives expansion ROM which provides a wealth of vintage synth sounds. Read more about the Korg Triton Synth

The Korg Triton samples below can be purchased individually or as part of a special (heavily discounted) 10 DVD set - 1277 Korg Triton sound patches sampled at at 24-Bit resolution

Korg Triton BUDGET SAMPLE PACK 007 (DVD 7 OF 10)

Korg Triton Synthesizer   KONTAKT / EXS24 / WAV


131 Korg Triton sound patches at 24-Bit resolution

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Korg Triton Patches Sampled (consisting of the Vintage Archives expansion bank in the Rack version)
000 d Synth Brass
001 d 6oow Bass
002 d 2VCO Planet
003 s OB Classcial ST
004 d 4 by 4ths
005 s Strawberry Flute
006 d NostalgicStrings
007 d 800DV Lead
008 d Serious Bass
009 d Progressv Trance
010 d The EEC Groove
011 d Polyphet Line
012 d Reverse Bass
013 d Analog Bell
014 d Portamento Pad
015 d VCF S&H Arpg
016 s Vocoder Choir
017 d Strings Machine
018 d Lounge Kit
019 d Nu Decay BASS
020 d Crank Da Bass
021 d Square Tea Bass
022 d PolySix Bass
023 d Tigger the Bass
024 d Filter Bass
025 d Mother ship Bass
026 d ProSynth Bass
027 d Black Low Bass
028 s Warm Low Bass
029 d MG Tri Bass
030 d www.hard.ne.jp
031 d Comp MG Bass
032 d Harry Bass
033 d Dist Tea Bass
034 s Blaster Bass
035 d Roboto Basssss
036 s Breakbeat Bass
037 s Orbitone
038 s MiniKORG700 Solo
039 d PWM Lead
040 s MiniKORG700 Lead
041 s ProSynth SqrLead
042 s Fly Like An.....
043 s Detune Sqr Lead
044 d LoungeSpace Lead
045 d MS20 Lead
046 d Psychedelic Lead
047 d Monster Sync
048 s Dist-Lead
049 d Dialated
050 d Romantic Cluster
051 s ProSynth Organ
052 s Green Organ
053 d Canterbury Organ
054 d Mondo Organ
055 s Phunky Ana Piana
056 s Vintage EP200
057 d 70s Analog Piano
058 d Velocity PWM
059 s ProSyn ClDarkKey
060 d J-Pad Bell
061 d 2VCO Saw Organ
062 d Tremolo Pad
063 d The 10% Solution
064 d 2VCO Decay Pad
065 d Ice Piano
066 d Arp Rez Poly
067 d Tube Vox
068 s Reso Comp
069 d M12 Poly
070 d Invert Direction
071 d Boinker Synth
072 d Old Hi Pad
073 d Pulse Down Pad
074 d Glassy & Gritty
075 d Tingles
076 s ProSynRev2 Brass
077 d MMG Brass
078 d M12 Brass
079 d Soft Brass Phive
080 d TotalPower Synth
081 d Pure Stab
082 d Stereo M12
083 d Space Pad
084 d Real-Cheap Brass
085 d 2600 Strings
086 d OB Strings
087 d Delta StrngSynth
088 d Phasing Strings
089 d Ahh..Real Osc's!
090 d ambr:sea
091 d Cloudy Pad
092 d London's Pride
093 d Nebula Church
094 d No Exit Eire
095 d [ Angelis ]
096 d <EVEREST>
097 d Fond Memories
098 s Slow MG Synth
099 d Chromy BPF Sweep
100 d Flautistic Ens
101 d Spinning Pad
102 d Butterfly Sweep
103 d Multi-Modular
104 d Heavy Image
105 d Lil'Space Men
106 d DeepPadw-Sprnkls
107 d Radio Angels
108 d Ghost Train
109 d VS Voice Pad
110 d Chrome Choir
111 d Tiny Androids
112 d < OpenMind >
113 d Tremolo Sine
114 d SQ Synth
115 d Analog Hit
116 s Trance Bleeper
117 d CyberWaveStation
118 d ModulatedMadness
119 d Elec Laboratory
120 d Prophetic Pulsar
121 d Synchro Pulse
122 s Ultra-Low Osc's
123 d Circuit S-H
124 s Modulator MS20
125 s Droner>SlowClimb
126 d Digger
127 d Beat Box Kit

104 d Heavy Image is really 106 d DeepPadw-Sprnkls
106 d DeepPadw-Sprnkls is really 104 d Heavy Image


About our Korg Triton Samples

A total of 2,096 samples were taken, of our Korg Triton, using MOTU 2408 mk3 audio interfaces. We sampled all of the patches available on the amazing Vintage Archives expansion. Of course these patches are all of the synthesizer variety without a real acoustic sound to be heard amongst them. The easiest way in which to enhance these sounds is to apply a very small amount of tube enhancement or a tube effect plugin but you will also find that a small amount of saturation prior ro an analog style delay and a touch of reverb polishes everything up nicely and provides inspiration at every tweak. If you wish to filter these samples it is best to do this after a small amount of saturation and followed by tube enhancement and the usual delay and reverb. These patches can sound as fat or as thin as you want to make them using the effects mentioned or further filtering followed by eq. Whenever we are using a DAW we record everything dry and only mix in reverb via a bus, we do this with delays also but it can also be beneficial to apply sample delay to create psuedo stereo or other effect before an echo type delay. Analogue chorus was widely used in early synths so a small amount of chorus, flanger or a phaser can also bring a flatter sound more life and movement. It is also beneficial to use a very subtle randomness to the fine tuning and a very slow modulating chorus as this emulates how the original instruments tended to sound in a random way.