goober wrote:So the Triton has more potential?
The Triton has:
- 5 inserts fx vs 1 in the LE
- audio processing, since it has an audio input built in (option in the LE)
- sampler built in (option in the LE)
- Way more comfortable screen and sequencer (sequencing, assigning fx, sound selection, programming)
- Better overall build
- more program and combi locations
- ribbon and dedicated arpegiator knobs
- Expandable with Moss, SCSI and PCM boards
those features are not available in the LE. But the LE has a smart media slot.
goober wrote:I was just worried that the Triton LE would sound bland
not sure by what you mean, but the Triton has way more fx power to make the sound or overall arrangement sounds more proper. I have a Karma with the MOSS board and the Moss board has plenty of character to like. Specially when combined with the HI engine.
goober wrote:I probably won't be able to afford upgrades for a while though.
there's a lot to do with the synth even without the upgrade and It already came with a 16mb or sample ram. But aside from the choice from the original post, to me the Alesis Fusion still the best bang of the buck workstation that you might also want to look before buying a used workstation in the price range.