The SAMPLE SLICE feature allows you to use your audio loops at any tempo, find out how.
Basic Audio Recording MOXF Let's connect the MOXF6/MOXF8 to your computer and learn about how audio is being routed and how to ensure that the signal is properly received on an audio track. The MOXF has a 4-in/2-out audio interface built-in and will allow you to record audio with pristine 24-bit accuracy. There are dual Stereo Outputs available via the USB cable.
Setting up a Microphone, Guitar, Bass, Mixer or other A/D INPUT How to setup the A/D INPUT:   A/D is short for Analog-to-Digital. We will use a microphone for our example but you could substitute a guitar, a bass, hand-held playback device, your band's mixer or virtually any kind of audio device. These are analog signals and we are going
Master mode will allow you to place your favorite Programs in one convenient Bank.
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Let's explore playing Strings sounds for more expressive results.
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Setting up the XF with your Macintosh computer via USB for MIDI recording.
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If you have the full version of Cubase, here you will learn how there are even more advanced routing features available.
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Sample Slice: Slice is a function that is designed to make audio loops (up to 8 measures) work at different tempos without adverse pitch change (munchkin-ization). It accomplishes this by analyzing the audio and breaking it into smaller segments (slices). Each slice is mapped to the MIDI keyboard on successively higher notes of a single Waveform assigned to a Pattern Sample Voice or Song Sample Voice. A chromatic scale of MIDI data is created (in a Phrase in Pattern mode/to a linear track in Song mode) accurately placing the trigger notes so that when the scale is played back it re-assembles the audio slices. This is analogous to how individual drawings can be made to animate the movement of cartoon characters by flipping them slower or faster in front of a camera. The Motif can create up to 128 slices maximum – the number of notes on a MIDI channel. The Slice function creates a MIDI phrase to trigger the audio slices. A Phrase is a Pattern mode structure. In Song mode the data is written to a linear track.
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Share you music with family, friends, everyone - learn the methods of creating a finished product.
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