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MOTIF Reference
Song Play mode
Reference Song mode
1Press the [MUTE] button so that its lamp lights.
2Press any of the NUMBER [1] - [16] buttons to
select the track number to be muted.
To solo a track
Simultaneously hold down the [MUTE] button and
press one of the NUMBER buttons [1] to [16] to solo
the corresponding track.
Once you’ve selected a track for soloing, the [MUTE]
button’s lamp flashes, indicating the Solo function is
active. While Solo is active, you can change the soloed
track simply by pressing the corresponding NUMBER
button [1] to [16].
To exit from the Solo function, press the [MUTE]
button again.
Song track selection
The explanations here apply to step #5 of the Basic
Procedure on page 179.
In order to edit the Song data, you’ll need to select a
track for editing.
Press the [TRACK SELECT] button so that its
indicator lights and press any of the NUMBER [1] -
[16] buttons to select a track to be edited.
nSelecting another song resets the selected track to 1.
Song Scene
The explanations here apply to step #6 of the Basic
Procedure on page 179.
Song Scene is a powerful function that allows you to
save five different “snapshots” of important song-
related parameters — including transpose, tempo,
track mute status, and the basic sound/mixing controls
(all parameter settings controllable from the Knobs and
CS sliders).
nThe Song Scene settings can be set independently for
each song.
Storing the Song Scene
Recalling the Song Scene
Simply press any of the [SF1] - [SF5] buttons to recall
the setting.
One of the convenient advantages of Song Scene is that
it lets you instantly and automatically execute
parameter settings that normally require many button
presses or controller operations. Use it during song
recording or playback to make instantaneous setting
changes.
Song editing in the Song Play mode
The explanations here apply to step #5 of the Basic
Procedure on page 179.
The Song Play mode lets you perform a variety of
general editing operations on the selected song. For
more detailed and comprehensive editing operations,
use the Song Edit and Song Mixing modes.
[F2] Song Play Groove
The Grid Groove function makes it possible to
adjust the pitch, timing, length, and velocity of
notes in a specified track via a 1-measure 16th-note
grid to create “grooves” that would not be possible
with precise sequencer-like programming. The Grid
Groove function affects song playback without
actually changing the sequence data.
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910 11 12 13 14 16
TRACK
SELECT
MUTE
SOLO
NUMBER
ELEMENT/ PERF.PART / ZONE
15
12345678
910 11 12 13 14 16
TRACK
SELECT
MUTE
SOLO
NUMBER
ELEMENT/ PERF.PART / ZONE
After making the desired settings
for the Song Scene, simultaneously
hold down the [STORE] button and
press one of the SONG SCENE
buttons [SF1] to [SF5].
STORE
SCENE STORE
SET LOCATE
SONG SCENE SF 1SF 2SF 3SF 4SF 5
SONG SCENE SF 1SF 2SF 3SF 4SF 5
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