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140 MOTIF Reference
Voice Edit mode
Reference Voice mode
• Center Key
Determines the central note or pitch for the Key Follow
effect on pitch. Depending on the Pitch Sensitivity
parameter above, the further away from the Center Key the
keys are played, the greater the degree of pitch change.
Settings C -2 ~ G8
nYou can also set the Center Key directly from the
keyboard, by holding down the [INFORMATION]
button and pressing the desired key. See “Basic
Operation” on page 75.
• EG Time Sens (EG Time Sensitivity)
Determines the degree to which the notes (specifically,
their position or octave range) affect the Pitch EG times of
the selected element. The Center Key (next parameter) is
used as the basic pitch for this parameter.
A positive setting will cause the pitch of lower notes to
change slower and that of higher notes to change faster.
Negative values will have the opposite effect.
Settings -64 ~ 0 ~+63
• Center Key
Determines the central note or pitch for the Key Follow
effect on Pitch EG. Depending on the EG Time Sensitivity
parameter above, the further away from the Center Key the
keys are played, the more the time of the Pitch EG deviates
from the norm.
When the Center Key note is played, the PEG behaves
according to its actual settings. The pitch change
characteristics for other notes will vary in proportion to
the EG Time settings.
Settings C -2 ~ G8
nYou can also set the Center Key directly from the
keyboard, by holding down the [INFORMATION]
button and pressing the desired key.
[F3]-[SF1] Normal Element Filter Type
Basic Structure (page 46)
From this display you can make comprehensive
settings for the Filter section. The available
parameters differ depending on which Filter type is
selected here.
• Type
Basically, there are four different Filter types: an LPF
(Low Pass Filter), an HPF (High Pass Filter), a BPF (Band
Pass Filter) and a BEF (Band Elimination Filter). Each
type has a different frequency response and produces a
different effect on the sound. The MOTIF also features
special combination Filter types, for additional sonic
control.
Settings See below.
LPF24D (Low Pass Filter 24dB/oct Digital)
A 4-pole (-24db/oct) dynamic LPF with a strong
resonance.
LPF24A (Low Pass Filter 24dB/oct Analog)
A 4-pole (-24db/oct) dynamic LPF with a character
similar to those found on analog synthesizers
LPF18 (Low Pass Filter18dB/oct)
A 3-pole (-18db/oct) dynamic LPF.
LPF18s (Low Pass Filter [18dB/oct Staggered)
Also a 3-pole (-18db/oct) dynamic LPF, but with a
shallower frequency curve.
Center(basic pitch) Higher range
Lower range
Large
Small
+
Amount of
pitch change
Basic pitch
Higher range
Lower range
Basic pitch
Higher range
Lower range
+
Speed of PEG
pitch change
Speed of PEG
pitch range
Positive value
Negative value
+
Resonance
Resonance
LPF18
LPF18S
Resonance
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