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MOTIF Reference
Voice Edit mode
Reference Voice mode
[F6]-[SF1] Normal Common Effect
Connection
This display gives you comprehensive control over
the effects.
• EL: OUT 1-4 (Element 1-4 Effect Output)
Determines which Insertion effect (1 or 2) is used to
process each individual element. The “thru” setting lets
you bypass the Insertion effects for the specific element.
(This parameter is the same as “InsEFOut” in Normal
Element below. Making a setting here automatically
changes the setting of that parameter as well.)
Settings ins1, ins2, thru
• InsConnect (Insertion Effect Connect)
Determines the effect routing for Insertion effects 1 and 2.
The setting changes are shown on the diagram in the
display, giving you a clear picture of how the signal is
routed.
Settings parallel, 1 to 2, 2 to 1
Ins1Category, Ins1Type
Determines the effect type for Insertion 1.
Settings Refer to the Effect Types list in the separate
Data List booklet.
Ins2Category, Ins2Type
Determines the effect type for Insertion 2.
Settings Refer to the Effect Types list in the separate
Data List booklet.
•RevType (Reverb Effect Type)
Determines the effect type for Reverb.
Settings Refer to the Effect Types list in the separate
Data List booklet.
• ChoType (Chorus Effect Type)
Determines the effect type for Chorus.
Settings Refer to the Effect Types list in the separate
Data List booklet.
•RevSend (Reverb Send)
Determines the level of the sound (from Insertion 1 or 2,
or the bypassed signal) that is sent to Reverb effect. A
setting of “0” results in no Reverb processing of the sound.
Settings 0 ~ 127
• ChoSend (Chorus Send)
Determines the level of the sound (from Insertion 1 or 2,
or the bypassed signal) that is sent to Chorus effect. A
setting of “0” results in no Chorus processing of the sound.
Settings 0 ~ 127
•RevRtn (Reverb Return Level)
Determines the Return level of the Reverb Effect.
Settings 0 ~ 127
• ChoRtn (Chorus Return Level)
Determines the Return level of the Chorus Effect.
Settings 0 ~ 127
• ChoToRev (Chorus to Reverb)
Determines the Send level of the signal sent from the
Chorus Effect to the Reverb Effect.
Settings 0 ~ 127
•RevPan (Reverb Pan)
Determines the pan position setting for the Reverb effect.
Settings L63 (far left)~cnt (center)~R63 (far right)
• ChoPan (Chorus Pan)
Determines the pan position setting for the Chorus effect.
Settings L63 (far left)~cnt (center)~R63 (far right)
[F6]-[SF2], [SF3], [SF4], [SF5] Normal
Common Effect Parameter
Insertion 1, 2, Reverb, Chorus
The number of parameters and values available
differs depending on the currently selected effect
type. For more information, see the Effect Type List
in the separate Data List booklet.
Element Edit
For instructions on selecting and editing individual
elements, refer to step #4 in the Basic Procedure on
page 124.
[F1]-[SF1] Normal Element Oscillator Wave
Basic Structure (page 44)
From this display you can select the desired wave or
sound used for the element.
• ElementSw (Element Switch)
Determines whether the currently selected element is on
or off.
Settings off (inactive), on (active)
• Bank
This determines the specific bank of waves, from which
you can select the desired sound. The Preset bank features
the factory programmed waves; the User bank contains
any audio data you have created with the Sampling
function (page 58).
Settings preset, usr wav
•Wave No. (Wave Number), WaveCtgry (Wave
Category)
Settings See the Wave list of the separate Data List.
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