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MOTIF Reference
Master Play mode
Reference Master mode
Master Play mode
Basic Structure (page 56) · Quick Start Guide (page 93)
In this mode, you can select and play individual
Masters.
nFor more information on Masters, their structure, and
how they are used, see page 56.
Basic Procedure
1 Press the [MASTER] button to enter the Master
Play mode. (The indicator lights.)
2 Select a Master.
3 Set the Keyboard Octave or MIDI transmit
channel.
4 Press the [F2] button to show the Memory display
and set the basic parameters for Master play.
nZone edit is available only when the Zone Switch is
set to on in the [F2] MEMORY display in the
Master Play mode.
5 Store the settings edited in step #4 to the User
memory as required.
nIf the Zone Switch is not set to on in the [F2]
MEMORY display in the Master Play mode, the
Number buttons [1]~[4] are not available.
6 Press any other mode button to exit from the
Master Play mode.
• For detailed instructions on steps #2 - #4, see the
following explanations.
• For details on step #5, refer to “Master Store
mode” on page 274.
Master Selection
The explanations here apply to step #2 of the Basic
Procedure, see above.
Selecting Masters is done in basically the same way as
selecting voices (page 124), except for the following
point.
• Since the MOTIF has no Preset Masters and
provides only one User bank, selecting a bank is
not necessary.
Keyboard Octave and Keyboard
MIDI transmit channel setting
The explanations here apply to step #3 of the Basic
Procedure on page 269.
These two parameters can be set for the selected
Master. Setting these parameters is the same as in the
Voice Play mode (page 124). Keep in mind that these
parameters cannot be stored to the Master by using the
Master Store mode (page 274).
Master editing in the Master Play
mode
The explanations here apply to step #4 of the Basic
Procedure, see above.
The Master Play mode lets you perform a variety of
general editing operations on the selected Master. For
more detailed and comprehensive editing operations,
use the Master Edit mode.
Indicates Keyboard Octave setting set via the
[OCTAVE] buttons. See page 127 for details.
Indicates the functions assigned to the
espective Control knobs (page 48).
Indicates the currently selected Master.
MASTER
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