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Triton Controller ver 7.0 for Moss

 
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stuartpryer
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 6:44 am    Post subject: Triton Controller ver 7.0 for Moss Reply with quote

Hi everyone,

The Triton Controller ver 7.0 has been released. It includes full Moss editing facilities from your PC. You can find it at

http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/pryer/

I wrote the programme because I felt the interface on the Triton could be made more intuitive and be laid out in a more orderly way – like older analogue synths such as the Korg MS10/20 & Mini-Moog. Their sound creation process was done in a ‘linear fashion’ on the control panel. This is particularly beneficial for Program editing for PCM and the Moss board (Bank F if fitted), which inherit the principals of earlier synths – plus much more! I found the small screen of the Triton does not lend itself to a particularly clear layout of the controls, with many of its features hidden behind multiple windows.

Cheers

Stuart Smile
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