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MOTIF Reference
Performance Job mode
Reference Performance mode
Performance Job mode
The Performance Job mode contains various
convenient operations (called “Jobs”), including
initializing (resetting) performance data or recalling
previous edits.
Basic Procedure
1 In the Performance Play mode, select a
performance you wish to execute the Job on.
2 Press the [JOB] button to enter the Performance
Job Mode.
3 Select the desired Job menu by pressing the
appropriate button, [F1] - [F4].
4 Set the relevant Job parameters.
5 Press the [ENTER] button. (The display prompts
you for confirmation.)
6 Press the [INC/YES] button to execute the Job.
After the Job has been completed, a “Completed”
message appears and operation returns to the
original display.
nTo cancel the Job, press the [DEC/NO] button.
For Jobs that take longer to process, you will see the
message “Executing…” during processing. If you switch
off the power of the MOTIF while this message is
displayed, you risk corrupting your data.
7Press the [PERFORMANCE] button to exit from
Performance Job mode and return to Performance
Play mode.
• For detailed instructions on steps #3 - #4, see the
explanations below.
[F1] Initialize
This function lets you reset (initialize) all
performance parameters to their default settings. It
also allows you to selectively initialize certain
parameters, such as Common settings, settings for
each part, and so on — very useful when creating a
completely new performance from scratch.
Type of parameter to be initialized
ALL
All settings for the selected performance are initialized.
Common
Common parameter settings for the selected performance
are initialized.
Part 1 ~ 4, PLG 1 ~ 3
Part parameter settings for the selected performance are
initialized.
[F2] Edit Recall
If you are editing a performance and select a
different performance without storing your edited
one, all the edits you’ve made will be erased. If this
happens, you can use Edit Recall to restore the
performance with your latest edits intact.
[F3] Copy
From this display you can copy Common and Part
parameter settings from any performance to the
performance you are editing. This is useful if you
are creating a performance and wish to use some
parameter settings from another performance.
Source performance
Destination performance
(currently selected performance)
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