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    triton and motif sounds

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    i have a triton le with the sampler add on, but the sounds are lame. i want to get a motif, but i'm wondering if it would be better to sell the triton and get the motif, get a sound module, or maybe there is another option that i have yet to explore. any help will be good thanx in advance.

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    How about getting some good samples and putting the sampler to use? You really can't be limited in the sound department if you have a sampler. I know many people don't like the Triton LE but it is still a capable keyboard.

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    If I was you I 'd get the motif rack to
    go with your triton le. I have the Motif Es and the Trinity rack plus a proteus2000 with 3 chips in it and the 2000xl and sounds are never a problem .

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    I have a Motif Rack, and people continually tell me that the Triton's are a better breed.

    I would say that both would be rather similar, apart from the obvious differences

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    Originally posted by jasedee
    I have a Motif Rack, and people continually tell me that the Triton's are a better breed.
    The question is what do you think? ... and that's all that matters.

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    Well.....I like the Motif rack, and I havent had enough experience with the Triton to really comment on it, but I have a feeling that it's sound quality is a little better.....alot of the time the yamaha has a certain sound to it, some call it 'thin'....

    I only bought the Motif cos it was the cheaper option.......

    But the Motif still sounds better than the software equivelants IMO

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    ... Did you just say the motif had thin sounds? Dude did you...... I'm done.

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    I have a Triton Le with the sampling option, and I love it.
    My boy Jmills has the Motif, and he loves it.

    Both the Triton and Motif are great sounding boards. I would not suggest you sell the Le, cuz you will get the Motif and still want to use some of the sounds of the Le.

    If you can, get the Motif or the Motif Rack in addition to the Le.

    Or if possible sample all the sounds u want from the motif.

    I have sampled sounds from his Motif and he has done the same from my Triton.

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    i'm still awaiting the motif es rack

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    Originally posted by Man_Unlimited
    ... Did you just say the motif had thin sounds? Dude did you...... I'm done.
    I think my exact words were "Yamaha has a certain sound,some call it thin".

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