mySoftware [Updates]

Once you create a user profile on Motifator and update with the appropriate information, the updates shown here will be specific to you.

rssFeeds [Syndicate]


forumforum
 

Old Motifator threads are available in the Archive.

Viewing topic "The Best User Guide for your Motif XS, ES, and XF"

     
Posted on: January 19, 2020 @ 07:47 AM
pauldridge
Total Posts:  2
Joined  01-16-2020
status: Newcomer

I have struggled during my 5 year ownership of my Motif XF7 to gain any semblance of proficiency with the use of SONGS and PATTERNS.  Finally, this week, after a desperate search, I stumbled onto Mark Johnston’s website [url=http://www.MotifCity.com]http://www.MotifCity.com[/url] where he sells Volume I and II of his “Commanding the Motif” instructional manual.

OMG.. my knowledge and use of my Motif has been revolutionized.  Yes, the manuals are a bit pricey, but the professional organization and layout, accompanied by detailed step-by-step instructions, with separate sections for the XF and XS series, are priceless.

Each volume is some 125-150 pages long, well indexed, and a useful relief from the incomprehensible Factory owners manuals.

If you own a Motif, and strive to do more than punch up a preset and play, I strongly encourage you to add these volumes to your library.

Thank you Mark, for your contribution to the Motif Community!

Phil A.
Austin, Texas

  [ Ignore ]  

Posted on: January 19, 2020 @ 08:33 AM
5pinDIN
Avatar
Total Posts:  11355
Joined  09-16-2010
status: Legend
pauldridge - 19 January 2020 07:45 AM

I have struggled during my 5 year ownership of my Motif XF7 to gain any semblance of proficiency with the use of SONGS and PATTERNS.  Finally, this week, after a desperate search, I stumbled onto Mark Johnston’s website [url=http://www.MotifCity.com]http://www.MotifCity.com[/url] where he sells Volume I and II of his “Commanding the Motif” instructional manual.

So after struggling for five years, you somehow didn’t find Motifator until now, in order to push Mark Johnston’s website? ;-)

 

pauldridge -

OMG.. my knowledge and use of my Motif has been revolutionized.  Yes, the manuals are a bit pricey, but the professional organization and layout, accompanied by detailed step-by-step instructions, with separate sections for the XF, ES, and XS series, are priceless.

Each volume is some 125-150 pages long, well indexed, and a useful relief from the incomprehensible Factory owners manuals.

If you own a Motif, and strive to do more than punch up a preset and play, I strongly encourage you to add these volumes to your library.

Thank you Mark, for your contribution to the Motif Community!

Phil A.
Austin, Texas

Those of you who are interested in Johnston’s books, and want to show your appreciation for this forum by supporting Motifator, can purchase them here:
http://shop.motifator.com/index.php/books/commanding-the-motif-ebook-vol-1.html
http://shop.motifator.com/index.php/books/commanding-the-motif-ebook-vol-2.html

  [ Ignore ]