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Help!!!!!!!!! can you tell me how to quantize on my korg triton workstation please

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Re: help!!!!!!!!!

Select the P5: Track Edit page menu command
“Quantize,” set its “Resolution” parameter to the note type (quarter,half,etc...) and press the OK button to correct the timing

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The best way is to download the manual from and read it. But quite simply:

Using the basic sequencer:

Realtime quantizing is done by selecting the "Reso:" near the upper right side of the screen at the main sequencer screen. Setting it to "Hi" turns it off. Any other selection sets it to that step for quantizing. Record your track as normal.

Previously Recorded Data:
Press "Menu" at the sequencer screen and select "Track Edit". From the pull-down menu in the upper right corner select "Quantize Track". If you don't see this option at first, scroll the the right. It should be the last one or near the last.

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