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156 MOTIF Reference
Voice Edit mode
Reference Voice mode
Element Edit
[F1]-[SF1] Plug-in Element Oscillator Wave
From this display you can select the desired Board
Voice used for the element of the Plug-in voice. Keep
in mind that a Plug-in voice only has one element.
• Bank
Determines the Board Voice Bank of the Plug-in voice.
Settings (These depend on the particular Plug-in
board; refer to the relevant owner’s manual
for details.)
• Number
Determines the Board Voice Number.
Settings (These depend on the particular Plug-in
board; refer to the relevant owner’s manual
for details.)
[F1]-[SF5] Plug-in Element Oscillator Other
From this display you can set how the Plug-in voice
responds to velocity, and transpose the key (pitch)
for the voice.
•Velocity Depth
Determines the velocity sensitivity of the Board voice. For
higher values, the harder you play the keyboard, the louder
the voice becomes.
Settings 0 ~ 127
•Velocity Offset
This lets you specify an offset value for the velocity
sensitivity of the Board voice. In other words, you can
increase the relative velocity (or level) of the voice by a set
amount — so that all the notes you play have the added
velocity.
Settings 0 ~ 127
• Note Shift
Determines the transpose setting for the Board voice, or
the amount (in semitones) by which the pitch is raised or
lowered. The pitch range is two octaves, up or down.
Settings -24 ~ 0 ~ +24
[F2] Plug-in Element Pitch PEG Time, Level
Basic Structure (page 46)
From this display you can make various time and
level settings for the Pitch EG, which determine
how the pitch of the Board voice changes over time.
The full names of the available parameters are
shown in the chart below, as they appear in the
display.
Settings -64 ~ 0 ~ +63
[F3] Plug-in Element Filter Cutoff
Basic Structure (page 46)
• HPFCutoff (High Pass Filter Cutoff
frequency)
Determines the Cutoff frequency for the High Pass Filter.
Settings -64 ~ 0 ~ +63
[F4] Plug-in Element Native
With a Plug-in board installed to the MOTIF, you can
create a Board voice by editing both native parameters
(those parameters exclusive to the particular board) and
unique parameters (related specifically to the MOTIF).
Pressing [F4] gives you access to the native parameters of
the Plug-in board.The parameters will vary depending on
the Plug-in Board. For details about each parameter and its
functions, refer to the Owner’s Manual or the on-line help
that came with your Plug-in Board.
nFor details on the current lineup of available Plug-
in boards, see page 35.
INIT ATK DCY1 DCY2 REL DEPTH
TIME --- Attack time --- --- Release
time
LEVEL Initial
level --- --- --- Release
time ---
Initial
Level
0
Release
Level
Original
Pitch
Attack
Time Release
Time
Key off
Time
Pitch
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