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MOTIF Basic Structure
Main functions
Basic Structure
Song and Pattern
(Sequencer mode)
Basic Operation (page 67) · Reference (pages 177, 215)
Songs and Patterns are MIDI sequence data consisting
of 16 tracks.
A Song on the MOTIF is effectively the same as a
Song on a sequencer, and playback automatically
stops at the end of the recorded data.
In the MOTIF, the term “pattern” refers to a
relatively short pattern — say, 4 to 16 measures (up
to 256 measures) — which is used for looped
playback. Therefore, once Pattern playback starts, it
continues until you press the [J] button. The
MOTIF features a variety of preset Phrase data that
is used as the basic material in making up Patterns.
Track structure of Song
The following illustration shows the track structure of
Song. Songs are created by recording MIDI data to
individual tracks.
Song playback uses up to 16 parts (from those shown above).
Song 64
Song 63
Tone Generator block (example)
Port 1 Port 2
(Multi-Part Plug-in
board)
Port 3
(Single part Plug-in
board)
part 1
part 2
part 3
part 4
part 15
part 17
part 18
part 30
part 31
part 32
PLG1 part PLG2 part
part 16
part 33
Parts 33-46
are not used.
part 34
part 46
part 47
part 48
When a Multi-Part Plug-in board and two Single part Plug-in
boards have been installed:
Song Mixing
Song 01
Song 02
Song 62
Tempo track Tempo change
Scene track Track mute status/Scene memory change
(including tempo, transpose etc,)
Track 1 MIDI sequence data
Track 2 MIDI sequence data
Track 3 MIDI sequence data
Track 16 MIDI sequence data
MIDI OUT External
Tone
Generator
Scene
1
Scene
2
Scene
3
Scene
4
Scene
5
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