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Posted on: January 13, 2010 @ 01:23 PM
fido
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Hi folks, I need to figure out how to get the Motif 6 to transpose keys.  For example, a minor key to a minor key, etc.  Other keyboards/synths I’ve used can do this with a touch of a button but with the Motif it’s not obvious.  At least, not beyond just a few cents, which it can do.  I need it to be done in real-time (as I play).  I’m not referring to a feature which would do off-line processing of stored patterns/jobs.  Hopefully someone knows a procedure or at least a work-around.  Thanks!

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Posted on: January 14, 2010 @ 10:28 AM
sunfly
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Hello i have checked out just about all i have on transposing and here is all you can do as far as transposing goes hopefully it meets your requirement
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TRANSPOSING A TRACK PATTERN / SONG > JOB > NOTE > TRACK > 05 TRANSPOSE > ENTER > STATE CHANGES > ENTER
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Part pitch by semitones and detuning by cents: pattern > utility > F1 general > sf1 TG > [ volume / note shift / tune ]
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pattern > utility > F1 general > sf2 KBD [ octave / transpose ]
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Ways to use the patch screen with the user and
preset phrases: simply record or assign a phrase > copy it > edit the copy as much as you like
Stacking voices by assigning copy to another track so its in unison or if you transpose a copy on another track by semitones to create a harmony when payed simultaneously

You must convert a preset phrase to a user phrase before it can be edited***
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Converting a preset phrase to a user phrase to edit : pattern > F4 patch [ dial in a preset phrase ] > sf5 copy > enter / yes > F4 patch > you can now see the preset phrase is now a user phrase on the same or any track you assigned it to and you can edit it forever

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