RECEIVING TRITON DATA

There are many options to receive data from Triton. "Receive All Data" will pull all Triton Internal Banks. Depending on a mode: Program, Combi, Pattern Edit or Drum Kit Edit, you can also request data from specific banks. "Receive" and "Transmit" functions are located under Midi window menu.

Program or Combination Mode:

Note: EXB banks are available only for Triton Rack and Studio models

Pattern Edit:

Drum Kit Edit:

There is an option to receive single Program, Combi, Pattern and Drum Kit dumps or to request and receive whole banks at once. It is recommended to use Small-Single dumps to make sure that the data is transferred correctly. Triton's bank are very large in size and receiving big data can cause problems like byte loss making an incoming data corrupted and incomplete. Also some midi interfaces have drivers that may not handle large dumps well (MOTU).  

TRANSMITTING DATA TO TRITON

The bank data Transmission  to Triton has to be slowed down for Triton to process the incoming  data. In Tri-EditPro long transmission time can be optimized by setting time intervals between dumps. Default values  were tested and should work correctly. In case, when at the end of the transmission you see "Midi Receive Error" displayed on Triton's LCD, interval time should be increased.

Sync to Triton option ensures correct transmission but is much slower since Tri-EditPro has to wait for "received complete" signal from Triton before sending another data dump.