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224 MOTIF Reference
Pattern Edit mode
Reference Pattern mode
Pattern Edit mode
This mode gives you comprehensive, detailed controls
for editing the MIDI events of each phrase of the
recorded pattern. MIDI events are messages (such as
note on/off, note number, program change number,
etc.) that make up the data of a recorded pattern.
Basic Procedure
Basic Operation (page 70)
1 In the Pattern Play mode, select a style and phrase
to be edited.
2 Press the [EDIT] button to enter the Pattern Edit
mode. (The indicator lights.) The Pattern Event
List display shown below appears.
3 Revise, insert or delete the MIDI events as needed.
If you find the display too cluttered, you can filter
out certain event types with the View Filter.
Simply press the [F2] button and select the event
types you want to be displayed.
4 After completing editing, press the [PATTERN]
button to return back to the Pattern Play mode.
5 Press the [F] button to hear your edited data.
6 Edit other Phrases as required. Repeat steps #2
through #5 as desired.
7 After editing, save your pattern data to a memory
card or a SCSI device connected to the MOTIF in
the File mode.
• For detailed instructions on step #3, see the
following explanations.
• For details on step #7, refer to “File mode” on
page 266.
MIDI events that can be edited
All MIDI events and parameters (edited in step #3 of
the Basic Procedure above) are the same as those in the
Song Edit mode. For details, see page 190.
Event Editing/Inserting/Deleting
All event editing operations and parameters (done in
step #3 of the Basic Procedure above) are the same as
those in the Song Edit mode. For details, see page 190.
Event View Filter
All Event View Filter operations and settings (done in
step #3 of the Basic Procedure above) are the same as
those in the Song Edit mode. For details, see page 192.
EventsMeasure
number
Clock
(480 clocks
per quarter-note)
Beat
EDIT
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