I don’t think that Cubase is involved in my held note problem because I have experienced held notes using the VST standalone connected directly to the Motif, through my laptop with no DAW running. It can only generate note events in response to either the Keyboard, or the Sequencer. Advantage and Conclusion The Studio Connection: This is pretty cool…. I was wondering how do I hook up my es8 to an imac running logic pro 9 as a midi controller?.. Can someone guide me on this please. This could be the source of you “unknown” notes.

Uploader: Kagashicage
Date Added: 16 December 2010
File Size: 22.62 Mb
Operating Systems: Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X
Downloads: 49381
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]

Cubase will ask you to select a directory for your Project. Recall protocol allows you to store and recall your external hardware settings in your Cubase Project File. Ive read this sentence ten times and don’t know what you are trying to tell me. The Sequencer can record notes.

Using Motif ES to control Logic via USB. – Logic Pro Help

I had been checking them all not knowing any better. Are you using the Motif ES Arpeggiator or not? Do you see what I mean? I’m sure that is all clear to you, but I’m having a difficult time following what you wrote. I attached a screenshot from the VST just to give you an idea of the display.


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.

By default, these two settings are and I have left them enabled. If not, solo the source “trigger note” track 16 and see if the random notes stop The view of the graphic interface does not really help me; the MIDI setup screen, if there is one, would be helpful.

Again the Motif Arpeggiator cannot record any notes. It must be manually setup in AMS.

USB devices that can be used with the Motif es

Remember this -and try an experiment to see You can select Yamaha as the manufacturer. Old Motifator threads are available in the Archive. There are two things to consider: That is what you played to trigger the arpeggiator. An ES arpeggio is always real time data.

Restoring my Mix to my Motif XF.

Making your own Template highly recommended. However, if I record the notes in the Motif arpeggiator and play them from the motif arp.

If you start the sequencer by pressing the Play button, and there are events recorded to the Track David Nahmani Site Admin.


So do I need to update the usb midi driver found mootif the yamaha site? This may cause a difference in how it treats the data.

Years after I bought my Motic Classic, Yamaha still responded to my calls to the tech center, though it may have taken a few days for them to return the call. You should only select one port for your application. Once you record it, it then is considered MIDI event data and is indistinguishable from any other note data, any other MIDI events that can be viewed on the track.

Next you will create a track layout. It will be grayed out unless the Motif is connected.

It will then ask you if want to restore this to your hardware. Anyway, I did find them not to be as knowledeable with logic, particularly since they purchased Steinberg and began the integration with the Motifs and Cubase.