MOTIF Reference
Performance Edit mode
Reference Performance mode
[F6] Performance Play Arpeggio
Basic Structure (page 55)
This display contains the basic settings for Arpeggio
playback, including Type and Tempo.
The parameters are same as in the Voice Play
mode (page 127) except for the following one.
• PartSwitch
Determines whether Arpeggio is on or off for the selected
Performance Edit mode
In this mode, Performances can be created and edited.
The [ ] Indicator
If you alter any parameters in Performance Edit 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.
nEven if you exit to the Performance Play mode, your
edited settings for the current performance will be
maintained — as long as you don’t select another
nThe [ ] indicator is also displayed in the Performance
Play mode.
The Compare Function
This convenient function lets you switch between the
edited performance and its original, unedited condition
— allowing you to listen to the difference between the
two and better hear how your edits affect the sound.
1In the Performance Edit mode, press the
[COMPARE] button so that its indicator flashes.
The [ ] indicator is shown at the top of the
display (in place of the [ ] indicator), and the
original, unedited performance is restored for
2Press the [EDIT] button again to disable the
“Compare” function and restore the settings for
your edited Performance. While Compare is active,
you cannot make edits to the performance.
Common (to all parts) edit
and Part edit
Each performance can contain a maximum of four
parts, selected from a total seven parts — four parts
from the Internal tone generator, and three from the
installed Plug-in boards. Use Common Edit to edit the
settings for all of the parts. There are two types of
Voice Edit displays: those for Common Edit, and those
for editing individual parts.
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