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168 MOTIF Reference
Performance Edit mode
Reference Performance mode
[F2]-[SF2] Common MEQ(Master Equalizer)
From this display you can apply five-band
equalization to all parts of the selected performance.
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• Shape
Determines whether the equalizer type used is Shelving or
Peaking. The Peaking type attenuates/boosts the signal at
the specified Frequency setting, whereas the Shelving type
attenuates/boosts the signal at frequencies above or below
the specified Frequency setting.
This parameter is available for LOW, MID, and HIGH.
Settings shelv (Shelving type), peak (Peaking type)
• Freq (Frequency)
Determines the center frequency. Frequencies around this
point are attenuated/boosted by the Gain setting.
Settings
LOW: Shelving 32Hz ~ 2.0kHz
Peaking 63Hz ~ 2.0kHz
LOW MID, MID, HIGH MID: 100Hz ~ 10.0kHz
High: 500Hz ~ 16.0kHz
• Gain
Determines the level gain for the Frequency (set above), or
the amount the selected frequency band is attenuated or
boosted.
Settings -12dB ~ 0dB ~ +12dB
• Q (Frequency Characteristic)
This varies the signal level at the Frequency setting to
create various frequency curve characteristics.
Settings 0.1 ~ 12.0
[F3]-[SF1] Common Arpeggio
Arpeggio type
Basic Structure (page 55)
Same as in Normal Voice Common Edit. See
page 132.
[F3]-[SF2] Common Arpeggio
Arpeggio limit
Same as in Normal Voice Common Edit. See
page 133.
[F3]-[SF3] Common Arpeggio
Play FX (Effect)
Same as in Normal Voice Common Edit. See
page 133.
[F3]-[SF4] Common Arpeggio
Output channel
From this display you can set a separate MIDI
output channel for the Arpeggio playback data,
letting you have the Arpeggio sound from an
external tone generator or synthesizer.
LOW
5 bands HIGHHIGHMIDMIDLOWMID
Q(Frequency Characteristic)
Gain
Freq
(
Frequency
)
0
Gain
Freq
Frequency
+
0
Frequency
+
0
EQ Low
Freq1 EQ Low
Freq2
shelv (Shelving)
peak (Peaking)
Frequency
0.1
12.0
Freq
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