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270 MOTIF Reference
Master Edit mode
Reference Master mode
[F2] Master Play Memory
From this display you can set basic parameters for
the Master, including the mode that is called up
with the Master and the program number.
• Mode
Determines the mode that is called up when the Master
number is selected. Setting to Off here means that the
mode is not changed even if the Master is selected.
Settings Off, Voice, Performance, Pattern, Song
• Memory
Determines the Program number that is called up when
the Master is selected.
Settings: See below.
• Zone Switch
This is available only when the Mode is set to
Performance.
This parameter determines whether the Zone function is
used (on) or not (off). See page 272 for details about the
Zone function.
Settings on, off
Master Edit mode
Basic Structure (page 56) · Quick Start Guide (page 95)
In this mode, you can create and edit Masters.
Common edit and Zone edit
(Voice Performance mode)
When memorizing Voice or Performance mode settings
to a Master, you can add the zone-related settings to the
existing voice or performance settings. For details on
the zone features, see page 57.
The Master Edit functions can be divided into two
types: Common Edit (settings for all four of the zones),
and Zone Edit (settings for each individual zone).
nFor details about recording methods, see page 57.
When the Mode is set to Voice Select a voice bank and number. Refer to
the instructions page 124
When the Mode is set to
Performance
Select a performance bank and number.
Refer to the instructions on page 162
When the Mode is set to Pattern Select a style and section. Refer to the
instructions on page 217
When the Mode is set to Song Select a song number. Refer to the
instructions on page 179
This parameter is available only when the Mode is set to Performance.
Zone 1
Parameters common
to all modes
Voice Performance mode
Common
Zone 4
Zone 3
Zone 2
Indicates a Common Edit display.
Indicates a Zone Edit display.
(Performance mode only)
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