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MOTIF Reference
Performance Play mode
Reference Performance mode
Performance Part on/off
The explanations here apply to step #4 of the Basic
Procedure on page 162.
nThis operation is available also in the Performance Edit
mode.
Performance editing in the
Performance Play mode
The explanations here apply to step #5 of the Basic
Procedure on page 162.
The Performance Play mode lets you perform a variety
of general editing operations on the selected
performance. For more detailed and comprehensive
editing operations, use the Performance Edit mode.
nThe parameters that have the same name in the
Performance Play mode and in the Performance Edit
mode have the same functions and settings.
The [ ] Indicator
If you alter any parameters in the Performance Play
mode, the [ ] indicator will appear in the top left of
the display. This indicates that the current
performance has been modified but not yet stored.
nIf you select another performance during editing, the [ ]
indicator will disappear and all your edits will be lost.It is
a good idea to store the edited performance data from the
Performance Store mode (page 176). Even if you lose the
performance edited data, you can restore it by using the
Edit Recall function (page 175).
[F2] Performance Play A/D
From this display you can make settings for the A/
D input parts. The A/D input feature lets you input
external audio (such as from a microphone or
guitar), then process and mix it with the other
sounds of the MOTIF. The audio signal can be
input via the A/D INPUT jack or the mLAN
terminal (if an optional mLAN8E has been
installed).
nIn the Utility mode, you can set whether you use the A/
D INPUT jack or the mLAN8E jack as an input jack for
the A/D part. See page 252.
• Volume
Determines the output level of the A/D part.
Settings 0 ~ 127
• Pan
Determines the stereo pan position of the A/D part.
Settings L63 (Left) ~ C (Center) ~ R63 (Right)
• RevSend
Determines the Send level of the A/D part signal sent to
the Reverb effect. For details about effect connection, see
page 40.
Settings 0 ~ 127
• ChoSend
Determines the Send level of the A/D part signal sent to
the Chorus effect. For details about effect connection, see
page 40.
Settings 0 ~ 127
• VarSend(Variation Send)
Determines the Send level of the A/D part signal sent to
the Variation effect. For details about effect connection,
see page 40.
Settings 0 ~ 127
• DryLevel
Determines the level of the A/D part which has not been
processed with the System Effects (Reverb, Chorus,
Variation). See page 252.
Settings 0 ~ 127
• Mono/Stereo
Determines the signal configuration for the the A/D input
audio, or how the signal or signals are routed (stereo or
mono). When the mLAN terminal (with the optional
mLAN8E installed) is set as the input source for the A/D
part, this parameter cannot be set.
Settings stereo, L mono, R mono, L+R mono
stereo
Audio received via both A/D INPUT jacks is processed in
stereo.
L (left) mono
Audio received via the L (left) A/D INPUT jack is
processed in mono.
R (left) mono
Audio received via the R (right) A/D INPUT jack is
processed in mono.
L+R mono
Audio received via both A/D INPUT jacks is mixed and
processed in mono.
Press the [MUTE] button so that
its indicator lights.
Press any of the [1] - [4] buttons
you wish to mute.
1234
MUTE
SOLO
Edit indicator
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