134 MOTIF Reference
Voice Edit mode
Reference Voice mode
Determines how much the Velocity of the Arpeggio
playback is offset from the original value. For example, a
setting of 100% means the original values are used.
Settings below 100% will reduce the velocity of the
Arpeggio notes, whereas settings above 100% will increase
❏Settings 0% ~ 200%
nThe Velocity cannot be decreased or increased
beyond its normal range of 1 to 127; any values
outside that range will automatically be limited to
the minimum or maximum.
• Gate Time Rate
Determines how much the Gate Time (length) of the
Arpeggio notes is offset from the original value. A setting
of 100% means the original values are used.
Settings below 100% will shorten the gate times of the
Arpeggio notes, whereas settings above 100% will
❏Settings 0% ~ 200%
nThe Gate Time cannot be decreased beyond its
normal minimum of 1; any values outside that
range will automatically be limited to the
●[F4]-[SF1], [SF2], [SF3] Normal Common
Control Set Set1/2, Set3/4, Set5/6
Basic Structure (page 48)
The controllers and knobs on the front panel can be
used to change and adjust a variety of parameters — in
real time, and simultaneously.
For example, keyboard aftertouch can be used to
control vibrato and the Modulation Wheel could be
used to control Resonance. They can even be used to
control parameters within individual Elements. These
control assignments are called “Control Sets.” You can
assign up to six different Control Sets per Voice. The
six individual Control Sets are divided into pairs in the
display: Sets 1/2, Sets 3/4 and Sets 5/6.
Determines whether or not the selected controller affects
each individual element.
❏Settings Elements 1 to 4 enabled (“1” to “4”) or
nThis parameter is disabled if the Destination
parameter below is set to a value from 00 to 33.
Determines which panel controller is to be assigned and
used for the selected Set. This controller then is used to
control the parameter set in Destination below.
❏Settings PB (Pitch Bend Wheel), MW (Modulation
Wheel), AT (After Touch), FC1 (Foot
Controller 1), FC2 (Foot Controller2),
FS (Footswitch), BC (Breath Controller),
KN1 (Knob ASSIGN 1), KN2 (Knob
nKeep in mind that unlike the other controllers, the
ASSIGN A and B knobs can each be assigned to
one common function for the entire Voice mode,
and not to different functions for each individual
voice. Also see the Utility mode (page 256).
• Dest (Destination)
Determines the parameter that is controlled by the Source
❏Settings For a complete list of the available
parameters/controls, refer to the separate
Data List booklet.
Determines the degree to which the Source controller
affects the Destination parameter. For negative values, the
controller operation is reversed; maximum controller
settings produce minimum parameter changes.
❏Settings -64 ~ 0 ~+63
Control Set 1~6