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Korg triton le worstation 61 keys

I'm having a problem in keeping my keyboard and my mbox in reading midi. where do i go to in my keyboard to keep the multi rec or timbre turn on, i do not have a owners manual. i would be very greatful if you can help me. 4strings

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Re: korg triton le worstation 61 keys

Have a look through this lot; Hopefully what you need is in there - please ask again if not :)

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