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48 MOTIF Basic Structure
Main functions
Basic Structure
Controllers
The MOTIF gives you an amazing amount of control
options. Not only is it equipped with the conventional
Pitch Bend and Modulation Wheels, it also features
special knobs and sliders — and has an additional set
of rear-panel jacks for connecting foot controllers and
footswitches. You can connect controllers to the rear
panel jacks to control various parameters by foot as
well as by hand.
This section explains the basic functions of each
controller.
Pitch Bend Wheel
This wheel’s prime function is to control pitch.
Move the wheel up or down to bend the pitch up or
down.
nPitch Bend Range can be set for each Voice (page 132).
The wheel can also be assigned other parameters
(page 134).
nEven if a different parameter is assigned to the wheel,
Pitch Bend messages are still transmitted through MIDI
OUT when it is being used.
Modulation Wheel
The more you move this wheel up, the greater the
modulation that is applied to the sound.
nModulation depth can also be set beforehand. Also, the
wheel can be assigned to different parameters, such as
volume or pan (page 134).
Knobs
These knobs let you change various aspects of the
Voice’s sound in real time — while you play. Turn a
knob to the right to increase the value, and left to
decrease it. You can change which particular group of
functions or parameters the knobs are assigned to by
pressing the [KNOB CONTROL FUNCTION] button.
Selecting the ASSIGN group (A, B, 1, 2) lets you
control a group of user-assignable functions.
nCommon system parameters are assigned to Knobs [A]
and [B] (page 256). Voice-specific parameters are
assigned to Knobs [1] and [2] (page 132). Knobs [1] and
[2] can be assigned to Control Set Source.
nA preset of suitable parameter settings is assigned to each
Voice. By using each knobs [1] and [2], you are in effect
adjusting these settings by a certain amount. If these
parameters are already preset at their minimum or
maximum settings, the settings cannot be exceeded.
Control Sliders (CS)
In the Voice mode, these are used to control the volume
of each of the four Elements. In the Performance
mode, these are used to control the volume of the
four parts. In the Song/Pattern mode, these let you
adjust the volume of specific tracks,(parts)
depending on which group of tracks is currently
selected.
When the Zone Switch is set to on in the Master Play
mode, various functions (Control Number) can be
assigned to these Control Sliders (page 273).
Pitch Bend
Wheel
Modulation
Wheel
Pitch Up
Pitch Down
Pitch Bend
Wheel
Modulation
Wheel
Deeper
KNOB
CONTROL
FUNCTION
PAN REVERB CHORUS TEMPO
ATTACK RELEASECUTOFF RESONANCE
ASSIGN A ASSIGN B ASSIGN 1 ASSIGN 2
MEQ LOW MEQ HI MIDMEQLOWMID MEQ HIGH
KN 1 KN 2 KN 3 KN 4
When the selected
tracks (parts) are 1-4: 12 3 4
When the selected
tracks (parts) are 5-8: 5678
When the selected
tracks (parts) are 9-12: 9101112
When the selected
tracks (parts) are 13-16: 13 14 15 16
VOLUME 1 VOLUME 2 VOLUME 3 VOLUME 4
CS 1 CS 2 CS 3 CS 4
ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3 ZONE 4
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