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TRITON taktile controller feature a stylish design that projects a sense of professionalism, functionality and style, together with the same great-feeling semi-weighted keyboard that's used on synthesizers and music workstations such as the KingKORG and KROME. It's loaded with functions that make it fun to play and use, such as a touch pad inherited from the Kaossilator that lets you play melodies using just a single finger, trigger pads that let you generate chords in the key and scale of your choice and an arpeggiator that includes rhythm patterns. Of course, the TRITON taktile also delivers the functionality that you expect from a MIDI controller. It provides all of the basic controllers such as sliders and switches, and makes setup easy so you can start producing music right away. Convenience is not the only attraction of TRITON taktile; it's a MIDI controller that's full of features that will stimulate your creativity. Features

  • Full-featured USB/MIDI controller with 512 built-in sounds from the TRITON workstation
  • Creative control over effects and synths with the Kaoss-style X-Y touch pad
  • Keeps your hands off your computer - X-Y pad can be used as a mouse pad
  • Play notes and chords or trigger scene changes from the velocity-sensitive pads
  • Get up and running fast with included presets for Live 9, Logic Pro X, Pro Tools 10, and other popular DAW software
  • Includes Korg Legacy Collection, software instruments based on classic Korg synthesizers


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Actually I have a Roland A-33 (on the shelf), a Yamaha Reface DX and a Korg Triton Taktile 49. I'm about to buy another one and it's mixed up. I'm looking into the Akai Advance 61, the Nektar Panorama P6 and a Studiologic Numa Compact 2 - this latter one a different kind of...

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Live Performance hardware with lots of options, while also delineating certain instruments that I actually want to play live at specific moments. I have a Korg Triton Taktile 49 for a MIDI controller, and while it's alright, there may be better options out there for you. As for actual hardware, "yes" is the answer, but I'm much less versed in that...

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Recommendations for a basic, affordable synth module for a combo organ sound much the additions may enhance the possibility. Another option for about the same money as the Reface is the Korg Triton Taktile 49. Also very light-weight, contains 3 Farfisa sounds, 49 keys, also useful as controller keyboard. Sounds aren't that editable, and likely the Reface has better emulations.

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