Use Mode button to switch to SEQUENCER MODE. 

The Sequencer editor window is similar to the Combination Edit window. Functionality is also the same. Here, you can edit all sequencer song settings:

Thanks to the latest Triton Operating System update you can now use Tri-EditPro to control Sequencer parameters in real time. The Sequencer data sent via MIDI can vary in size depending on how many events (notes, control data etc.) are recorded on sequencer tracks. The MIDI transmission of Sequencer data can take a quite long time: from 20 seconds to a few minutes. You can import your current song setup to the editor and display all setting values in editor's windows.

To import Sequencer data you can either use "IN" button on the tool bar or the "Select" button. 

Because the Sequencer data dumped to the editor can contain several Song setups you can select which SONG you want to work on by using the Song Select window:

In this window you should type the name of the song exactly as it is displayed on the Triton's LCD and click "Search" button. If  the sequencer data is not loaded to the editor you will be prompted to request and receive it from Triton. The editor will search for the song title in the Sequencer data and it will display the search result. If the title is found, it will load and show all settings in editor's graphical interface.


To edit Common settings click button to display Common parameters window:


To display Arp A or B settings click on the corresponding Arp panel:

Use Arpeggiator window to change Arp settings. If you like to edit any the USER patterns, select any USER pattern (000-XXX) and click EDIT button.

ROM patterns P00 to P04 are not editable. 

See Arpeggio Editing, Pattern Editing and Pattern Librarian  modules in tutorial for more information..


You can use panel sliders to change Send or Return settings or click on switches to turn effects ON/OFF.

By clicking on Effect panels you can display full effect setting of selected MFX or Insert FX (See Effects System., and Effect Librarian. tutorial modules for more information.)


The grid displays all editable 16 channel/track parameters. 


You can change parameter values in two different ways. If your computer mouse is equipped with the scroll wheel, you can simply click and select any parameter on the grid and turn the wheel to change a value. Another way of changing parameters is to use mixer sliders. You can select different parameter groups (level, pan etc.) from the list and all 16 sliders will adjust themselves to the actual value position. You can also use the group slider to linearly adjust all 16 sliders in the same time.  


To select a different patch for the selected track, click on the Program name.

You can assign the Programs for the selected track either by using the list displaying Programs in banks or by a Program category.


To adjust keyboard lower and upper zone use computer mouse to drag zone limits:


The SEQUENCER SIGNAL FLOW window displays 16 channel output routing. You can adjust all parameters that are displayed in this window. To change a certain parameter's value, click on a value label and use the slider.


If you like to save Sequencer song setting on your computer to recall later or to create song setup templates use "Save Sequence Setup As ".

The file you save this way (with file extension *.tqs)  will contain only sequencer's parameter setup data. It will not include any track data or sequencer events.

*) The manipulation of the whole sysex Sequencer data dumps for a purpose of editing and back-up may be added in the future Tri-EditPro update.


Use "Load Sequence Setup" to load setting you previously had saved. The loaded file will be displayed on editor's panels. The editor provides a flexible way to send saved setting to update Sequencer Songs. User can either send all parameters or single groups of parameters by using windows Midi/Transfer menu.

*) The next Triton update should include copy/paste of parameter groups from/to Sequence, Combinations and Programs.


Under "Edit" menu user can find "Parameter List" option. We were using this control window for our debugging purpose. We decided to leave it and let users access it. It not only lists all setup parameters for viewing but it can also be used for a rough way of changing parameters by clicking on parameter in "Setting" column. Clicking the last column results in sending the current parameter setting as displayed without any change. The PARAMETER LIST window is also available in Combination Edit Mode and in the next update it will be present in the Program mode. Depending on users feedback we may decide if we should add more functions there like print/copy/paste and etc.

*) The future planned use of this window is also intended to provide access for reading and editing by blind musicians.