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164 MOTIF Reference
Performance Play mode
Reference Performance mode
• OutputSel (Output Select)
Determines the output jack assignment for the A/D part.
Settings See below.
* Available only when the optional AIEB2 board has been installed.
[F3] Performance Play Voices
From this display you can select a voice for each part
and determine the note range it can be played from.
• [SF1] ADD INT (Add Internal Voice)
If no voice has been assigned and the selected part is
blank, press this to enable an Internal voice for the part.
• [SF2] ADD PLG (Add Plug-in Voice)
If no voice has been assigned and the selected part is
blank, press this to enable a Plug-in voice for the part.
• [SF3] DELETE
Pressing this button deletes the voice assignment for the
selected part, leaving the part blank.
• [SF4] LIMIT L (Note Limit Low)
This sets the lowest note of the range over which the voice
of the selected part sounds. Simultaneously hold down
this button and press the desired key on the keyboard to
set the note.
• [SF5] LIMIT H (Note Limit High)
This sets the highest note of the range over which the
voice of the selected part sounds. Simultaneously hold
down this button and press the desired key on the
keyboard to set the note.
[F4] Performance Play Portamento
From this display you can set the Portamento
parameters for each part. Portamento is used to
create a smooth transition in pitch from the first
note played on the keyboard to the next.
• PortaSw (Portamento Switch)
Determines whether Portamento is on or off for all parts.
(This is a global switch and overrides the individual part
settings in Part Switch below.)
Settings off , on
• Time
Determines the pitch transition time.
This parameter offsets the same parameter in the part edit
(page 171). Higher values result in longer transition times.
Settings -64 ~ +63
• PartSwitch
Determines whether Portamento is on or off for each
individual part.
[F5] Performance Play
EG(Envelope Generator)
Basic Structure (page 47)
This display contains the basic EG settings, both
volume and filter, for the performance, as well as
the filter’s cutoff frequency and resonance settings.
The settings made here are applied as offsets to the
AEG and FEG settings in the Performance Edit
mode (page 173, page 174).
Same as in Voice Play mode. See page 127 .
LCD Output jack Stereo/
Mono
L&R OUTPUT L&R Stereo
as1&2 AIEB2 ASSIGNABLE OUTPUT 1&2
Stereo
1 : L
2 : R
*
as3&4 AIEB2 ASSIGNABLE OUTPUT 3&4
Stereo
3 : L
4 : R
*
as5&6 AIEB2 ASSIGNABLE OUTPUT 5&6
Stereo
5 : L
6 : R
*
as1 AIEB2 ASSIGNABLE OUTPUT 1 Mono *
as2 AIEB2 ASSIGNABLE OUTPUT 2 Mono *
as3 AIEB2 ASSIGNABLE OUTPUT 3 Mono *
as4 AIEB2 ASSIGNABLE OUTPUT 4 Mono *
as5 AIEB2 ASSIGNABLE OUTPUT 5 Mono *
as6 AIEB2 ASSIGNABLE OUTPUT 6 Mono *
1Move the cursor to the desired part,
then move it to the voice bank or
number you wish to set for the part.
2If the part is blank (i.e., no voice has been assigned),
use these to enable a voice (Internal or Plug-in) for the
part. Once a voice is assigned, select the specific bank
and voice with the [INC/YES] and [DEC/NO] buttons, or
the data dial. You can also use the BANK, GROUP and
NUMBER buttons to select a voice (page 124).
4Use this to delete the
assigned voice, if desired. 3Use these to set the note
range, low and high, for
the part’s voice.
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