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MOTIF Basic Structure
Mode
Basic Structure
Performance mode
Basic Structure (page 42) · Basic Operation (page 67)
Quick Start Guide (page 88) · Reference (page 160)
Performance Play mode
In this mode, Performances can be played — letting
you use Voice splits, layers, etc,.
Performance Edit mode
In this mode, Performances can be created and
edited.
Performance Job mode
In this mode, you can copy and initialize
Performances, and perform other similar operations
(Jobs) on them.
Performance Store mode
In this mode, you can save edited Performances as
User Performances in internal memory. You can
also save them to Memory Card or an external SCSI
device in the File mode (below).
Song mode
Basic Structure (page 51) · Basic Operation (page 67)
Quick Start Guide (page 78) · Reference (page 177)
Song Play mode
In this mode, you can use the sequencer and its
various functions (e.g., Track Mute/Solo) in playing
back Songs.
Song Record mode
In this mode, you can use the sequencer to record
your keyboard performance to a User Song. The
MOTIF lets you record up to 16 separate sequence
tracks.
Song Edit mode
In this mode, you can edit the MIDI events of each
track of the recorded Song.
Song Job mode
In this mode, you can perform a variety of
operations on the Song data, such as copying and
erasing. These can be done on individual measures,
or on entire tracks.
Song Mixing mode
In this mode, you can set the tone generation
parameters of each part of the recorded Song.
Pattern mode
Basic Structure (page 51) · Basic Operation (page 67)
Quick Start Guide (page 100) · Reference (page 215)
Pattern Play mode
In this Mode, you can use the sequencer to play
back Patterns. You can combine various Phrases (by
using the Patch function) to create a Pattern.
Pattern Record mode
In this mode, you can use the sequencer to record
your keyboard performance to a User Phrase — the
basic building block for Patterns. The MOTIF lets
you record up to 16 separate sequence tracks.
Pattern Edit mode
In this mode, you can edit the MIDI events of each
track of the recorded Pattern Phrase.
Pattern Job mode
In this mode, you can perform a variety of
operations on the Pattern data, such as copying and
erasing. These can be done on individual measures,
or on entire tracks.
Pattern Mixing mode
In this mode, you can set the tone generation
parameters of each part of the recorded Pattern.
Sampling mode
Basic Structure (page 58) · Basic Operation (page 67)
Quick Start Guide (page 100) · Reference (page 233)
This mode is s sub-mode of the Voice/Performance/
Song/Pattern mode. Press the [INTEGRATED
SAMPLING] button in each mode to enter the
Sampling mode, and press the same button after
sampling to go back to the previous mode.
Sampling Record mode
In this mode, you can record sounds into the
MOTIF from a microphone or other audio source.
These sounds (Samples) can then be played back in
real time via keyboard or can be saved to the Song/
Pattern track.
Moreover, you can process a recorded Sample (for
example, with Chorus or another effect), then re-
record it as a new Sample — using the Resampling
function.
Sampling Edit mode
In this mode, you can edit recorded Samples — for
example, their loop points and other parameters.
Sampling Job mode
In this mode, you can copy and delete Samples, and
perform other similar operations (Jobs) on them.
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