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258 MOTIF Reference
Utility mode
Reference Utility mode
[F5] MIDI settings
[F5]-[SF1] MIDI Channel
From this display you can make basic MIDI settings.
• BasicRcvCh (Basic Receive Channel)
Determines the MIDI channel over which the MOTIF
receives MIDI data (from an external sequencer, MIDI
controller, or other device). This parameter is available for
the Voice / Performance mode.
Settings 1~16, omni (all channels), off
• KBDTransCh (Keyboard Transmit Channel)
Determines the MIDI channel over which the MOTIF
sends MIDI data (to an external sequencer, tone generator,
or other device). This parameter is available for the Voice /
Performance mode.
Settings 1~16, off
nIn the Song/Pattern mode, the MIDI data created by playing
the keyboard/knobs/wheels is sent to the tone generator
block or the external MIDI devices via the MIDI output
channel of the currently selected track (page 38).
• DeviceNo. (Device Number)
Determines the device number used by the MOTIF in
receiving or transmitting data. This number must match
the Device Number of the external MIDI device when
transmitting/receiving bulk data, parameter changes or
other system exclusive messages to/from it.
Settings 1~16, all, off
• FileUtilID (File Utility ID)
This determines the ID number used in conjunction with
file transfers using the special File Utility software in the
included CD-ROM. This File Utility ID number and the
Device Number (above) must match the ones of the the
File Utility software in order to properly transfer files
between the MOTIF and a connected computer.
Settings: 1~128
[F5]-[SF2] MIDI Switch
From this display you can determine which types of
MIDI data the MOTIF transmits and responds to.
• BankSel
This switch enables or disables Bank Select messages, both
in transmission and reception. When this is set to “on,”
the MOTIF responds to incoming Bank Select messages,
and it also transmits appropriate Bank Select messages
(when using the panel).
Settings off, on
• PgmChange (Program Change)
This switch enables or disables Program Change messages,
both in transmission and reception. When this is set to
“on,” the MOTIF responds to incoming Program Change
messages, and it also transmits appropriate Program
Change messages (when using the panel).
Settings off, on
• CtrlChange (Control Change mode)
This parameter lets you set the MOTIF to properly
respond to either type of GM System data, Level 1 or Level
2 — particularly regarding AEG Sustain. When using GM
Level 2, set this to Mode 1, and the MOTIF responds to the
messages as parameter change data. When using GM
Level 1, set this to Mode 2, and the MOTIF responds to the
messages as control change data.
Settings mode1, mode2
• LocalCtrl (Local Control On/Off)
This determines whether or not the tone generator of the
MOTIF responds to your keyboard playing. Normally, this
should be set to “on” — since you’ll want to hear the
sound of the MOTIF as you play it. However, for external
sequencer applications, you may need to set this to “off” to
avoid getting “double” notes, in which the tone generator
of the MOTIF is played twice — once by the keyboard and
once again by the keyboard data routed through the
sequencer.
Even if this is set to “off,” the data will be transmitted
through the MIDI OUT or USB terminal. Also, the
MOTIF’s tone generator block will respond to messages
received via the MIDI IN or USB terminal.
Settings off, on
• RcvBulk (Receive Bulk)
Determines whether or not Bulk Dump data can be
received.
Settings protect (not received), on (received)
[F5]-[SF3] MIDI Sync
From this display you can set various parameters
related to MIDI clock and synchronization.
• MIDI Sync
Determines whether Song/Pattern/Arpeggio playback will
be synchronized to the MOTIF’s internal clock or an
external MIDI clock.
Settings internal, MIDI, MTC
internal
Synchronization to internal clock. Use this setting when
the MOTIF is to be used alone or as the master clock
source for other equipment.
MIDI
The MOTIF is synchronized to a MIDI clock received
from an external MIDI device via the MIDI IN or USB
terminal.
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