contains explanations and otherinformation regarding the operations of the parameters andsettings on the TRITON Extreme. The explanations are orga-nized by mode, and page. Explanations and other informa-tion on the effects and their parameters are also provided foreach effect.Refer to this guide when an unfamiliar parameter appears inthe display, or when you need to know more about a partic-ular function.
Conventions in this manual
References to the TRITON Extreme
The TRITON Extreme is available in 88-key, 76-key and 61-key models, but both models are referred to without distinc-tion in this manual as “the TRITON Extreme.” Illustrationsof the front and rear panels in this manual show the 61-keymodel, but the illustrations apply equally to the 88-key and76-key models.
Keys and knobs [ ]
References to the switches, dials, and knobs on the TRITONExtreme’s panel are enclosed in square brackets [ ]. Refer-ences to
indicate objects in the LCD displayscreen.
Parameters in the LCD display screen “ ”
Parameters displayed in the LCD screen are enclosed indouble quotation marks “ ”.
Parameter values are printed in boldface type.Content that is of particular importance is also printed inboldface type.
Steps in a procedure are listed as
These indicate pages or parameter numbers to which youcan refer.
Symbols , , , , ,
These symbols respectively indicate cautions, advice, MIDI-related explanations, a parameter that can be selected as analternate modulation source, a parameter that can beselected as a dynamic modulation source, and a parameterthat can use the BPM/MIDI Sync function.
Example screen displays
The values of the parameters shown in the example screensof this manual are only for explanatory purposes, and maynot necessary match the values that appear in the LCDscreen of your instrument.
is an abbreviation for Control Change Number.In explanations of MIDI messages,
numbers in squarebrackets [ ]
always indicate hexadecimal numbers.
How to read the “Parameter Guide”
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Program P5: Edit-Common LFO
5–1: OSC1 LFO1
5–1a: OSC1 LFO1
Waveform[Triangle 0…Random6 (Vector)]
5–1: Page Menu Command
5–1A: Swap LFO 1&2
Here you can make settings for the LFO that can be used tocyclically modulate the Pitch, Filter, and Amp of oscillators 1and 2. There are two LFO units for each oscillator. By settingthe LFO1 or LFO2 Intensity to a
negative (–) value
for Pitch,Filter, or Amp, you can invert the LFO waveform.Make settings for the “OSC1 LFO1,” which is the first LFOthat can be used for oscillator 1.Select the LFO waveform.This command exchanges the settings of LFO1 and 2. If LFO2has been selected as Frequency Modulation AMS1 or 2 of LFO1, that setting will be cancelled for LFO2 after the LFO1and 2 settings have been exchanged. If this is selected fromthe OSC1 LFO1 or OSC1 LFO2 tab, the LFO1 and LFO2 of OSC1 will be exchanged.
Select this command to open the dialog box.
5–2: OSC1 LFO2
Here you can make settings for the OSC1 LFO2, which is thesecond LFO that can be applied to oscillator 1. (
“5–1: OSC1LFO1”) However in “Frequency Modulation” (5–1b), theLFO cannot be selected as a modulation source in “AMS1” or“AMS2.”
5–3: OSC2 LFO1
This can be used when “Oscillator Mode” (1–1a) is set to
Here you can make settings for the OSC2 LFO1, which is thefirst LFO that can be applied to oscillator 2. (
Mode namePage No.Tab No.Tab nameParameternumberParameternamePage namePage menu commandPage menu command No.Page menucommand nameRange of possibleparameter values