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A free copy of Cubase AI or download Access Code was provided with the original purchase of a Motif XF. Installing, activating and registering your copy is well worth the effort. Download and Install the following software by going to the Motif XF download site. Translation: Regular 5-pin MIDI cables will not work. Connect via USB Connect the Motif XF to your computer via USB. You do not want to have Yamaha Motif XF7 Port 2 marked in the IN ALL INPUTS column as this is reserved for REMOTE CONTROL functions. If you have another controller keyboard plugged into the MIDI IN jack of the XS, you could possibly activate Port 3. Your audio interface maybe different or you may not yet have one at all… use the driver that is appropriate for your interface. If you are only recording MIDI you do not need an audio interface in which case you can skip this step. To launch it as a "standalone" simply double click its icon in your APPs area or drag a copy of the icon into your START field for quick access. Again you would only use this in Standalone mode when you want to EDIT your Motif XF and do not want to launch your DAW, or if your DAW is not able to run VST3 Plug-ins. The USB connection requires a two-way, two port communication. Port 1: Motif X7 Port 1 for both MIDI IN and MIDI OUT Port 4: Motif XF7 Port 4 for both MIDI IN and MIDI OUT To launch the Editor as VSTi within CUBASE Launch Cubase first. Typically, when you create a New Project you will want the Editor to clear a new MIX for you. Therefore you will want to have data sent FROM the Editor TO the Motif XF. When you are restoring a previously saved Cubase Project you will want the Editor to send your saved data back to the Motif XF. Therefore you will want to have data sent FROM the Editor TO the Motif XF. Restoring my Mix to my Motif XF. It will do the same thing when I create a New Project. If set to ON, then the Editor can restore all your USER1, USER2, USER3, USER4 and USER Drum Kit Voices to your Motif XF each time. It is your choice. Since Voice data always remains in the memory of your Motif XF hardware, there is really no reason to restore the Voices data at each re synchronization. Auto Start is ON Set the USER INTERFACE SETTING as you prefer. A bright dot appears next to ONLINE when you are communicating. In the left upper corner you will see the Modes: VOICE, SONG and PATTERN followed by the "ONLINE" radio button. Communication is bi-directional and simultaneous so selecting the mode here will change your hardware and vice- versa. The ONLINE option has 3 status conditions. This can occur when you are looking for a SONG or PATTERN already in the Motif XF — the Editor will attempt to synchronize each time you scroll through a song. Therefore it is useful to click this option when you want to temporarily break communication. You can click ON and OFFLINE as necessary. On the Toolbar of the Motif XF Editor you will see the BULK option. This is what you use to request a bulk to Transmit or from Receive the Motif XF. You can select the Current MIX, and any of the USER Banks or ALL of the USER Banks. This is significant because you will want to keep a backup of the current LIBRARY loaded into your hardware at the time of this Project. This is what it is designed for. This data will be bundled and Saved. If you are running in "Stand alone" mode, save a Motif XF Editor file. X3A If you are running as "VST" the XF data will automatically be saved and bundled with the host DAW's Project file. In Cubase this will be a. Ultimately, you will want to create your own once you develop a preference of how you like to work. Cubase will ask you to select a directory for your Project. You can "create" a folder or simply target one you have made previously. Next you will create a track layout. This will be your own personal preference. For our example we will create a Track setup with 8 MIDI Tracks you can set as many as you require. Remember you can easily add tracks or remove tracks in Cubase by simply right clicking and using the ADD TRACK or REMOVE TRACK option. Each of the eight tracks will be routed out to the Yamaha Motif XF, and each will be on a successively higher MIDI channel. Name the template something descriptive. I named mine "Motif XF USB 8 MIDI". It reminds me that this template is for when I'm working with the Motif XF in my studio I need this information. I include USB in the description because this template will configure my connections via USB; I have a separate template for when I am working with the firewire connection. The "8 MIDI" reminds me how many tracks are in this template and what type of tracks. As you get to know your working habits you can refine you Template. You can even pre-select VOICES for the PARTS, if you desire. If you are using a particular Audio Interface, you can select the output assignments for your XF PARTS. It will then ask you if want to restore this to your hardware. Why this extra step? Because at some point you may actually start a project in the Motif XF — say you have a quick idea and want to get it down fast. Later you say I'd like to continue my work in Cubase rather than having the Editor automatically blow away your hardware settings, you get this screen that lets you verify that you want to go FROM or TO the Hardware. If you want to send your basic start up template select the 'TO HARDWARE' option. You can customize these instructions to your own preferences. Perhaps you always start with a particular Drum Kit, Bass sound and Keyboard sound; you can make your TEMPLATE that includes the Motif XF Editor with the Voices you like already programmed and assigned to the appropriate outputs. Advantage and Conclusion The Studio Connection: Recall protocol allows you to store and recall your external hardware settings in your Cubase Project File. The Editor will memorize every setting on the external hardware you were using on a Project, it will store not only the Voice list but also the entire mix. That is, every parameter you use, and every Voice in your Motif XF, per project. This is total recall.

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