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Posted on: July 25, 2020 @ 01:46 AM
winterdude
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Hi there

My sequencer is just about full ... I would like to save data/songs from SEQUENCER To USB ... I only managed to save ALL .... is there a way that I can save all, empty sequencer but then load songs INDIVIDUALLY and not all back to my sequencer Please ?

Hope I’m clear and please excuse my lack of knowledge

Yamaha motif xf7
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Posted on: July 27, 2020 @ 07:46 PM
just_a_dude
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When User Voices are used in the Songs: you need save file with type “all”. When no User Voices are used in any of the Songs: you can save file with type “all songs”. After saving, you can use the Job button and simply clear the song. In Song mode press Job button and F6 [song]. Then select number of song which you want to clear. You need to be careful not to erase the song with a different number. So watch carefully the number of the song that is being erased. Read Motif XF Reference manual page 165. When you load your song back to Motif individually you need select “song” in field “Type”. Read Motif XF Reference manual page 246 “Loading a specific Song or Pattern from an “all” or “all song” or “all pattern” file”.

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Posted on: July 28, 2020 @ 02:33 AM
5pinDIN
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Good information, just a couple of suggestions to add…

just_a_dude - 27 July 2020 07:46 PM

When User Voices are used in the Songs: you need save file with type “all”. When no User Voices are used in any of the Songs: you can save file with type “all songs”.

There’s a way to save as Type “all song” without concern of accidentally changing a User Voice used in one or more Songs. Mixing Voices allow that choice as long as Drum Voices aren’t edited, since they can’t be stored as Mix Voices.
See http://www.motifator.com/index.php/support/view/motif_xf_the_mix_voice

 

just_a_dude -

After saving, you can use the Job button and simply clear the song. In Song mode press Job button and F6 [song]. Then select number of song which you want to clear. You need to be careful not to erase the song with a different number. So watch carefully the number of the song that is being erased. Read Motif XF Reference manual page 165.

If clearing every Song is desired, the Song number in the “Clear Song” Job can be set to “all”. That setting is just past number “64”.

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