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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Francois Smeets a professional user from Netherlands writes:
I bought one second hand for only 600 euros in mint condition. Its one of the best pieces ever build. Very intuitive user interface. I use it for direct audio recording on mij computer. So the limited multitimbrality (16) and voice (62) are no problem. I mostly put samples from real analoge pieces and use them with the internal programs, overiding the internal OSC-sounds. It sounds more then beautifull.... Good keys, arp, control and display to !

Filters and envelopes are still the best around. Forget the Rolands, Yamaha's and Akai's with their ugly unnatural filters.

Only drawback is the floppy-interface. But I can live with that.

Love factor 9.9999

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Mar-04-2009 at 07:02
REENO a professional user from NYC, USA (The Home of the Funk) writes:
I know most will disagree with me, but I believe the Triton is partly responsible for most pop/hip hop music sounding awful for the last 10 years or so. (that coupled with a lack of talented producers of course) The sounds are sterile, plastic, and lifeless. It's ok for the basic bread N butter piano and organ fare, but for synth leads, pads, strings, or bass--it's KRAP and souless krap at that. I think the Roland ROM sounds are much more JV-1080 has more personality and useful-ness. I do prefer analog/subtractive synthesis for the bulk of my sounds, however. That's where the real exciting sounds are, not in tritons or motifs. (gag)

Rating: 2 out of 5 posted Thursday-Feb-19-2009 at 15:35
Anthony Bennett a hobbyist user from USA writes:
This board is probably the best by far of any board on the market for it's time. I'm just a play @ home musician and sometimes church but this board has everything. Ease of use, top of the line. I only use 3 or 4 different sounds, but honestly that's all you need. Ballared Layered is the absolute best and sweetest sound. Even the standard guitar is excellent. Organs are great. This board is a one man band. If you want to really bring out the best, get a Roland XP10 and use that as the bass end to use with the LE. I've even used it as a controller for a not so expensive Casio and it's makes the casio sound like a dream machine. I bought mine fOR about $300.00 of ebay about 18 months ago as an as is buy, it hasn't failed me yet. I'm looking to buy the module now as a backup. Can't go wrong with the TRITON LE

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-26-2008 at 08:57
Matthew Bowman a hobbyist user from Wise, VA (USA) writes:
Excellent keyboard. Great sounds. The piano is very realistic featuring most nuances of an acoustic piano. I do think that they sampled the piano a bit to bright, but this can be adjusted with the cutoff. The organs remind me so much of a Hammond especially Drawbar Knob 1. The rotary simulation is the best I've seen on a keyboard. The E.Pianos are good, although names such as Dyno, Stage, and Tine don't help me pick out a sound, They could have named them like Rhodes, Wurlitzer, FM, but that probably cost more money to do that. The electric guitars are good, and there are some okay acoustics. The basses are nice, The synth sounds are cool. Roland has better drum kits, but I must say that the Korg ones are somewhat better than Yamaha. Easy to use interface. Needs a cursor. Touchscreen Is very, very cool. Awesome arpeggiator. Kinda heavy compared to Juno-D and S03. Weighs about the same as my P80

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-15-2006 at 12:37
Lucas a professional user from Holland writes:
Great synth. I got it cheap for only 750 euro's with SCSI and 32 mb to, a week ago. In great shape, so thats a steal. The Guy i bought it from got himself a terrible expensive Roland Fantom X8. I put this toy in the same category as the Roland, so whats new. And this one has a stable operating system (important)

Little bit complex to program, but if you spend two days in exploring everything a wounderfull world of beautifull sounds exposes to you. Best synth/sampler I ever owned (and I had a lot of them; about 60 pieces). Software doesn't match (not so intuitive).

Synth section: 5 Sampler section: 4 (drawback: the lack of crossfading; making looping isn't easy) Effects: 5 Sequencer: 5 Sounds: 5 Operating system: 5

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-26-2006 at 01:48
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