COMBINATION BANK MODE
Use Mode button to switch to COMBI BANK MODE. COMBI BANK MODE corresponds to Triton's COMBI (PLAY) mode. Since Tri-EditPro is fully interactive you can press COMBI button on Triton and the editor will automatically switch to COMBI BANK MODE. In this mode the editor displays all Triton's Combination banks Internal RAM and EXB. After Receiving banks from Triton or loading the data from files, banks display all Combinations names. In this window you can organize, rename copy and paste or drag any Combination from one place to an other. If there is too many Banks to display in the window you can make Bank to appear smaller by clicking on "Bank X" label or move them to the left .
In this window you choose Combinations and Triton will also automatically switch to selected Combination so you can audit it or select it for editing. To select Combination click on its name in any bank . The selected Combinations name should appear in name box . If it does not, then check midi communication.
Note: If Triton does not switch from one bank to another check Bank Map setting.
There are two different ways to copy and paste Combinations that give great amount of flexibility.
1) By using Edit menu. From Edit menu a copied Combination is copied from program "buffer" that is displayed in Combination Name Box . The same with pasting, a pasted Combination is pasted to a "buffer" that gets displayed in the name box.
2) By using right mouse button pop-up menu. Combi is copied from program location. If pasted using pop-up menu, a pasted program is actually being written to selected location.
You can use both ways combined together: For a example use Edit menu to copy current Combination as it sounds or after was edited and then paste it to any new location using pop-up menu. If you loaded a bank from file, you can copy it using pop-up menu and then paste it using Edit menu. In this case a pasted Combination will not be written to Triton but dumped to a "buffer" so you can audit it, check it as it sounds and etc. These are just simple examples. Copied Triton Combination is available for pasting throughout the editor.
Tool bar buttons are used to request and send current Combination buffer from Triton. Write button display WRITE COMBI dialog where you can rename and write Combination to Triton.
Dragging and Dropping Combinations in COMBINATION BANK MODE window exchanges one Combination with an other as you can notice on pictures below (Gospel PercOrgan has been exchanged with MG Pulse Bass). Physical banks in Triton are also automatically updated with changes.