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15
MOTIF The Controls & Connectors
Front Panel
The Control & Connectors
[ENTER] button
Use this button to execute a Job or a Store
operation. Also use this button to actually enter a
number when selecting a Memory or Bank for Voice
or Performance. In the File mode, use this button to
go to the next lowest level in the selected directory.
£SLOT 1-3 lamps (page 282)
These three lamps show the installation status of
the Plug-in Boards.
If the Plug-in Board has been correctly installed, the
corresponding SLOT lamp will light.
nThe Vocal Harmony Plug-in Board (PLG100-VH)
can be installed only to slot 1. It cannot be installed
to slot 2 or 3.
nThe Multi part Plug-in Board (PLG100-XG) can be
installed only to slot 3. It cannot be installed to slot
1 or 2.
¢BANK buttons (page 124)
Each button selects a Voice or Performance Bank.
When the [CATEGORY SEARCH] button is turned
on, these buttons can be used to select the desired
category (printed below each button). When the
[SECTION] button is turned on in the Pattern
mode, these buttons are used to select the desired
section.
GROUP [A] - [H] buttons (page 124)
Each button selects a Voice or Performance Group.
When the [CATEGORY SEARCH] button is turned
on, these buttons can be used to select the desired
category (printed below each button). When the
[SECTION] button is turned on in the Pattern
mode, these buttons are used to select the desired
section.
§NUMBER [1] - [16] buttons (page 124)
Use of these buttons differs depending on the on/off
status of the [TRACK SELECT] and [MUTE]
buttons.
[CATEGORY SEARCH] button (page 126)
When this button is turned on in the Performance
mode, the [BANK] and [GROUP] buttons can be
used to select the Performance category.
When this button is turned on in another mode, the
[BANK] and [GROUP] buttons can be used to select
the Voice category.
[SECTION] button (page 218)
When this button is turned on in the Pattern mode,
the [BANK] and [GROUP] buttons can be used to
select the Pattern Section.
ª[TRACK SELECT] button (page 181)
Turning this button on in the Song/Pattern mode
enables the NUMBER [1] - [16] buttons for
selecting corresponding Song/Pattern tracks. The
on/off status of this button affects the NUMBER [1]
- [16] buttons in different ways, depending on the
selected mode. (See § “NUMBER [1] - [16]
buttons” above.)
[MUTE] button (page 180)
Turning this button on in the Song/Pattern mode
enables the NUMBER [1] - [16] buttons for muting
corresponding Song/Pattern tracks.
Press one of the NUMBER [1] - [16] buttons while
holding this button to solo the corresponding track
of the current selected Song/Pattern.
The on/off status of this button affects the
NUMBER [1] - [16] buttons in different ways,
depending on the selected mode. (See § “NUMBER
[1] - [16] buttons” above.)
Functions of the NUMBER [1] - [16] buttons
When [TRACK
SELECT] is on
When [MUTE]
is on
When both
[TRACK SELECT]
[MUTE] are off
Voice Play mode Keyboard transmit
channel setting
Voice selection,
according to Groups
A - H
Voice Edit mode Element selection(1 - 4) and Element
Mute setting(9 - 12)
Performance Play
mode
Keyboard transmit
channel setting Performance part
Mute setting
(1 - 4)
Performance or
Voice selection (if
cursor is located at
Voice name),
according to Groups
A - H
Performance Edit
mode
Performance part
selection (1 - 4)
Master Play mode Zone selection
(1 - 4)
Master selection,
according to Groups
A - H
Master Edit mode Zone selection
(1 - 4)
Zone Mute setting
(1 - 4)
Song/Pattern
mode
Song/Pattern
track selection
Song/Pattern
track Mute setting Song/Style selection,
according to Groups
A - H
Song/Pattern
Mixing mode
Song/Pattern part
selection
Song/Pattern part
Mute setting
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