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MOTIF Reference
Sampling Record mode
Reference Sampling mode
Sampling Standby
The explanations here apply to step #6 of the Basic
Procedure on page 234.
• TriggerMode
Specifies the method by which sampling will be triggered.
Settings
level
Sampling will begin as soon as an input signal exceeding
the specified trigger level is received after the [F6]
(START) button is pressed.
When this is selected, you need also set the Trigger Level
(1~127).
meas
This is available only when entering the Sampling mode
from the Song/Pattern mode and should be set together
with the Punch-in/out measure.
After the [F6] (START) button is pressed, sampling will
begin at the specified punch-in measure, and end at the
specified punch-out measure. Sampling will also stop when
the Song/Pattern is stopped by pressing the [] button.
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Sampling will begin as soon as the [F6] (START) button is
pressed, regardless of the Song/Pattern playback status.
• RecMonitor (Recording Monitor)
Determines the output level of the monitor for the input
signal.
This monitor signal is output from the PHONES jack or
the OUTPUT R and L/MONO jacks. This has no effect on
the recording level.
Settings 0~127
• RecGain (Recording Gain)
Determines the recording gain when resampling.
This parameter is available only when the Source is set to
“resample.”
Settings -12dB~+12dB
Trigger Waiting
The following display applies to step #7 of the Basic
Procedure on page 234. The following display is
available when the Trigger mode is set to “level.” In
this case, sample recording is on standby, waiting for
an input signal that exceeds the Trigger level.
Punch-in Waiting
The following display applies to step #7 of the Basic
Procedure on page 234.
The following display is available when entering the
Sampling mode from the Song/Pattern mode and when
the Trigger mode is set to “meas.” In this case, sample
recording is on standby, waiting for song/pattern
playback to reach the specified Punch-in measure.
Slice setting after sampling
The explanations here apply to step #9 of the Basic
Procedure on page 235.
If you’ve entered the Sampling Record mode for the
Song or Pattern mode and you’ve set the sampling type
to “slice+seq,” you should set the following Slice-
related parameters.
[F1] Trim
The trim function makes it possible to specify the
beginning and end points to be played back within an
entire sample. You can delete all unnecessary sample
data (located ahead of the Start point and located after
the End point) by pressing the [SF5] button (Extract
function). This function is especially useful in creating
drum loops, since it helps you isolate only the beats
you need for your loop.You can also specify the tempo
for the range of the looped playback to determine its
beat.
Indicates the MOTIF is in the Sampling Standby mode.
Indicates that sample recording is waiting
for a signal of an appropriate level.
Indicates that sample recording is waiting
for a signal of an appropriate level.
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