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MOTIF Reference
Voice Edit mode
Reference Voice mode
[F4]-[SF1] Normal Element Amplitude
Level/Pan
This display not only lets you make basic Level and
Pan settings for each individual element, it also
gives you some detailed and unusual parameters for
affecting Pan position.
•Level
Determines the output level for the selected element.
Settings 0 ~ 127
•Pan
Determines the stereo Pan position for the selected
element. This will also be used as the basic Pan position
for the Alternate, Random and Scale settings.
Settings L63 (Left) ~ C (Center) ~ R63 (Right)
• AlternatePan
Determines the amount by which the sound of the selected
element is panned alternately left and right for each note
you press. The Pan setting (above) is used as the basic Pan
position.
Settings L64 ~ 0 ~ R63
•RandomPan
Determines the amount by which the sound of the selected
element is panned randomly left and right for each note
you press. The Pan setting is used as the Center Pan
position.
Settings 0 ~ 127
• ScalingPan
Determines the degree to which the notes (specifically,
their position or octave range) affect the Pan position, left
and right, of the selected element. At note C3, the main
Pan setting (above) is used for the basic Pan position.
Settings -64 ~ 0 ~ +63
[F4]-[SF2] Normal Element Amplitude
Velocity Sensitivity
From this display you can determine how the
Amplitude (volume) EG responds to velocity. (For
Amplitude EG settings, see “AEG” below.)
• EG Time, Segment
Determines the velocity sensitivity of the AEG’s Time
parameters. Select the Segment, then set its Time
parameter.
Positive Time settings will play back the specified Segment
faster and negative values will play it back slower.
Settings Time -64 ~ 0 ~ +63
Segment ATK, ATK+DCY, DCY,
ATK+RLS, all
ATK
Affects the Attack Time.
ATK+DCY
Affects the Attack Time and Decay1 Time.
DCY
Affects the Decay Time.
ATK+RLS
Affects the Attack Time and Release Time.
all
Affects all AEG Time parameters.
• EG Level, Curve
Determines the velocity sensitivity of the Amplitude EG
Level. Positive settings cause greater volume changes the
harder you play the keyboard. Negative settings do the
opposite; the softer you play, the more the volume changes.
The Curve parameter lets you select from five different
preset velocity curves (graphically indicated in the
display), that determine how velocity affects the
Amplitude EG.
Settings EG Level -64 ~ 0 ~ +63
Curve 0 ~ 4
[F4]-[SF3] Normal Element Amplitude AEG
Basic Structure (page 47)
From this display you can make all the time and
level settings for the Amplitude EG, which
determine how the volume of the sound changes
over time.
The full names of the available parameters are
shown in the chart below, as they appear in the
display.
INIT ATK DCY1 DCY2 REL DEPTH
TIME --- Attack time Decay 1
time
Decay 2
time
Release
time
LEVEL Initial level --- Decay 1
level
Decay 2
level --- ---
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