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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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Have a look through this lot; http://www.korg.com/service/support.asp?A_PROD_NO=TRITONLE Hopefully what you need is in there - please ask again if not :)

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then your mpc midi-inA to go to your mbox
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on the mpc, everytime you want to record a track using instruments from your mpc you will need to set a new track. on the main screen you would go to a new track (where Tr:01-Track-01 is) and change S:DRUM1 to S:MIDI, then to the right of that where it says OFF, turn that to 1A-Device01 ... you will have to make a new track for each instrument you use to help when bouncing tracks to mbox. for instance 1A-Device01 is the 1st track on your triton, 2A-Device02 is your second track and so on. make sure you also make a new track each time for where Tr:01-Track-01 is also for each instrument.

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Do this at your own risk. Don't blame me if you mess up your keyboard. I'm telling you. If you're not that handy, don't try it. Pay attention to detail and be careful.

The Steps that I took

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