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172 MOTIF Reference
Performance Edit mode
Reference Performance mode
In the first example, Offset is set to “0,” lowering all
received velocities by 64. This creates a lower velocity
“plateau” — all of your softer playing (up to a velocity
of 64) results in the same actual velocity. Also no
matter how strongly you play, the actual velocity value
never exceeds 64.
In the second example, Offset is set to a neutral value of
“64,” creating a linear relationship between received
and actual velocity. In other words, the velocity at
which you play is relayed to the tone generator as is —
with no offset.
In the third example, Offset is at the maximum of
“127,” which raises all received velocities by 64. This
creates a “clipping” effect in the higher velocities — no
matter how strongly you play (past a velocity of 64),
the actual velocity value will always be 127
(maximum).
[F2]-[SF1] Part Output Volume/Pan
• Volume
Determines the volume for each part, giving you detailed
control over the level balance among the parts.
Settings 0~127
• Pan
Determines the stereo pan position for each part.
Settings L64 (far left) ~ cnt (center) ~ R63 (far
right)
• Voice Pan
Determines whether the individual pan settings for each
voice (made in the Voice Edit mode) are applied or not.
Keep in mind that the settings made in Pan above are
applied as offsets to the Voice Edit settings. When this is
set to “off,” the basic pan position for the selected part is
set to center.
Settings on, off
nThis parameter is not available for the Plug-in
parts.
[F2]-[SF2] Part Output Effect Send
• RevSend (Reverb Send)
Determines the send level for the Reverb effect of the
selected part, giving you detailed control over the Reverb
balance among the parts.
Settings 0~127
• ChoSend (Chorus Send)
Determines the send level for the Chorus effect of the
selected part, giving you detailed control over the Chorus
balance among the parts.
Settings 0~127
• VarSend (Variation Send)
Determines the send level for the Variation effect of the
selected part, giving you detailed control over the Variation
balance among the parts.
Settings 0~127
• Dry Level
Determines the level of the unprocessed (dry) sound of the
selected part, letting you control the overall effect balance
among the parts.
Settings 0~127
When Offset=0
When Offset=64
When Offset=127
127
0 12764
127
0 12764
127
0 12764
Received velocity
Received velocity
Actual resulting
velocity (affecting
the tone generator)
Actual resulting
velocity (affecting
the tone generator)
Actual resulting
velocity (affecting
the tone generator)
Received velocity
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