The Korg Triton LE can be connected to your computer by USB so that you can transfer files. The Triton LE comes with two USB ports, each with its own function. The first USB port is responsible for sending audio to an external CD burner, while the other handles transferring files to your computer. If you haven't attempted to hook up your Triton LE to your computer before, do not get frustrated. With the right instruction, it can be done in about two or three minutes.
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Things you need
- USB cable
Plug one end of the USB cable into the "USB B" port on the Triton LE. The USB ports are located on the back interface of the keyboard.
Plug the other end of the USB cable into an open USB port on your computer or laptop. Use a port that does not have any other drivers installed onto it, so you can prevent the chance of causing an IRQ conflict.
Go to "Start," "My Computer," and select the drive named "Triton LE" by double-clicking on it. This will open the drive within Windows, allowing you to copy and paste files between your keyboard and your computer.
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