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MOTIF Reference
Sampling Record mode
Reference Sampling mode
8 Stop the Sampling following the instructions above
and stop the recording source playback.
9 Set the Slice parameters as needed— if you’ve
entered the Sampling Record mode from the Song/
Pattern mode, and you’ve set the Sampling type to
“slice+seq” in step #5 above.
10 Save the recorded sample to the memory card/
SCSI storage device as a Waveform, User voice, or
Sample voice, as required.
The recorded (edited) phrase data resides temporarily in
DRAM (page 64). Because data contained in DRAM is
lost when the power is turned off, you should always save
any data residing in DRAM to a memory card or an
external SCSI device before turning off the power.
• The operations corresponding to steps #4 - 9 are
covered in the following explanations.
• For details on step #10, refer to “File mode” on
page 264.
Sampling Setup
The explanations here apply to steps #4 and #5 of the
Basic Procedure on page 234.
[F1] Sampling Destination settings
The explanations here apply to step #4 of the Basic
Procedure on page 234.
When entering the Sampling mode from the
Voice/Performance mode
nThe MOTIF can transfer wave data to and from the
computer (with TWE software) only when this display is
called up.
• Waveform
Determines the Waveform number to which the recorded
sample is assigned.
Settings 001~256
• Keybank
Determines the note number located at the center of the
Key Bank.
Settings C-2 ~G8
nFor details about the Waveform and Key Bank, see
page 60.
• Part
Determines the performance part to which the recorded
sample is assigned. This is available only when entering
the Sampling mode from the Performance mode.
Settings off, 1~ 4
• Voice
The recorded sample can be stored as a User Normal voice.
This parameter determines a User Normal voice number
to which the recorded sample is assigned.
Settings off, 1~128
nWhen this is set to “off,” only a Waveform is
created; the sample is not stored as a User voice.
The sample is stored to the smallest numbered
Waveform available. If you wish to hear the new
sample and later assign it to a User voice, go to the
Element Oscillator display ([F1]-[SF1]) in the
Voice Edit mode and search the User Waveforms
to find the sample. For details, see page 135.
When entering the Sampling mode from the
Song/Pattern mode
• Track
Determines the track number to which the recorded
sample is assigned.
Settings 1~16
• Keybank
Determines the note number located at the center of the
Key Bank. This parameter is available only when the
Sampling type is set to “sample” or “sample+note” (in the
Type parameter below).
Settings C-2~G8
When Trigger mode is set to Meas :
Sampling Standby
Sampling Stop
Sampling Start
Punch-in Waiting
Press the [F6] button.
Start playback of the song or pattern.
When the appropriate Punch-in
measure is reached, sampling starts.
When the appropriate Punch-out
measure is reached, sampling
stops. Otherwise, to stop
sampling, press the [F6] button.
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