Korg Triton Sample Collection 009

Korg Triton SynthesizerCapable of producing sounds ranging from a trumpet to a Moog Minimoog, the Korg Triton synthesizer is incredibly versatile and imensely useful to musicians ranging from wedding band combos to a reggae band. For this set we sampled all the sounds from the Dance Extreme expansion. 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 009 (DVD 9 OF 10)

Korg Triton Synthesizer   KONTAKT / EXS24 / WAV


140 Korg Triton sound patches at 24-Bit resolution

PRICE: £9.99

P&P: £1.99 (UK ONLY)

TOTAL: £11.98


Korg Triton Patches Sampled (consisting of the Dance Extreme bank in the Rack version)
000 d Falling Stars
001 d AnlogDanceStrngs
002 d Stinky Dog Kit
003 d Hip-Funky Bass
004 s REP Chord Set
005 s Gospel Voice Set
006 d Syn Octaves
007 d SynthGtr Lead
008 d <Observations>
009 d HomiesPiana'
010 d Digistack Stab
011 s FunkyWah1 <JS-Y>
012 d BellarianCluster
013 d RAW RnB Kit
014 d ToothPik Bass
015 d Zap Station
016 d Pointed Bass
017 s Square BOX Bass
018 d WarmSquare Bs
019 d Dark Syn Bass
020 s DeepJungle Bass
021 s DeepDrum Bass
022 d WaterDrop S.Bass
023 d Bow Box Bass
024 s Vogue Bass
025 s Bright Syn Bass
026 s DistortedSynBass
027 d Syn-ResBass 1
028 d Syn-ResBass 2
029 d Syn-ResBass 3
030 d Syn-ResBass 4
031 d Spanky Bass
032 d MonoPoly Bass
033 d DistMessy Bass
034 d Perko Bon Bon
035 s ShortBrightBass
036 d Power Saw
037 d Detuned Sawtooth
038 d Power Filters
039 d BriteCheapSynth
040 d BPF Saw Synth
041 d RezoComp Synth
042 d Chrome ResoSync
043 d R&B Lead Synth
044 d Snap Lead
045 s Lo-Fi Lead
046 d Dance Theme
047 d Detuned Rave
048 d Classic Sync
049 d Sync-Comp
050 d Nasty Sync Lead
051 d Distorter
052 d Syncropolis
053 d Rave Vox Stab
054 d Heroes Pad
055 d Sweet Pad
056 d Nordic Spheres
057 d Twinkle Pad
058 d Iceland
059 d = DeepSleep =
060 d Twinkley Dust
061 d <Empty Souls>
062 d I< Icy Waters >I
063 d ClaviTronic
064 d Organ Doctor
065 d Cool Keys
066 d House Piano
067 d WarmAnalogStrngs
068 d Disco Strings
069 d Sound Tracker
070 d Rez Whacker
071 d Hot Stuff!
072 d Decimation
073 d Vector Trance
074 d Synpalawan
075 d Synthetic Choir
076 s VocodeWah <JS-Y>
077 d <Ride CymBELL>
078 d Belladano
079 d Trance Bellz
080 s FunkyWah2 <JS-Y>
081 s FunkyWah3 <JS-Y>
082 d Guitar Gliss L-R
083 d Split-GuitarHits
084 d Old Guitar Hit
085 d Major Hit
086 d Techno Tension
087 d Electro Hit
088 d Tek Tik Organ
089 d Freaky Organ
090 d Real Organ Hit
091 d Hit Parade
092 d Groove Stab
093 d Down Beat Hit
094 d Big Band Hit
095 d Metro Hit
096 d Rave Choir
097 d ** DigiBlip **
098 d Short Stop
099 d EP Suspense Hit
100 d Modern Chord 1
101 d Modern Chord 2
102 s W.E.P.Wah <JS-Y>
103 s R.E.P.Wah <JS-Y>
104 d Stereo EP Hits
105 d Rhythmic Rez
106 d ReverseVoiceSets
107 d Rap Voice Set
108 d Industrial Set
109 d Guitar Wah Kit
110 d Guitar FX Kit
111 d KAOSS Lives
112 d In and Out
113 d Noise Diver
114 d Record Scratch
115 s New Kicks
116 d Gettin' Busted
117 d Nasty RAW Kit
118 d Night Kit
119 d Under Hip Kit
120 d Wild Soul Kit
121 d Feelin' Kit
122 d Floor Kit
123 d Hyper DB Kit
124 d Big Pop Kit
125 d Street Kit
126 d Cool Down Kit
127 d Sampler kit
Additional patches sampled from EXB-PCM08
B110 Chord Chopper
B111 Monolithic Pad
B112 MemoryLoss 3
B113 Super Detune
B114 Dual OSC Sync
B115 Mega Pulsator
B117 Puncher 3 WIDE
B118 Wah Synth
B119 FM Trance Lead
B120 Blade Lead
B121 VeloSw BRAT 2
B122 Radical Lead
B123 Ring Leader
B124 VeloSw BRAT
B125 Techno Syncus
B126 Sync Trance Lead
B127 SyncOD Bass&Lead



About our Korg Triton Samples

A total of 2,057 samples, of the Korg Triton Dance Extreme expansion, using MOTU 2408 mk3 audio interfaces. Although the title implies that they are to be used for electronic dance music the patches are useful in a range of genres and, of course, you can change the sounds using your sampler so, in reality, you are only limited by your own imagination. Once you have chosen your desired sound try adding a very small amount of tube (valve) enhancement or a little saturation, be careful to only add a little otherwise you can end up doing more harm than good. Once you have done this maybe add a small amount of chorus, flanging or phasing before delays and reverb. Always keep in mind that less is more.