Sun Jun 16, 4: Are you doing vocals, recording audio to Cubase? Then each of the fourteen assignable FW buses as Mono sends: I understand that the Motif XF has a built in audio interface. Correct me if I am wrong, but I understand that the only way to utilize this feature is by purchasing the Firewire expansion board for it. I would like to make probably a 8-track song to track song. It may at times be convenient for you to isolate a PART on its own bus, or you may decide to send several PARTS together on a specific bus – the goal so you can record them to their own track.
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Also I would do a one track recording of a piano or something like that.
Hello, I have a couple of questions about the firewire expansion board for my Motif xf8. I saw on http: Since you are still using the light version of Cubase AI5 you have make a decision about how you want to proceed. Typically the FW16E would match better with Cubase 6. Then each of the fourteen assignable FW buses as Mono sends: That is what we will cover here.
Thank you for your reply and your time, Mitch. Correct me if I am wrong, but I understand that the only way to utilize this feature is by purchasing the Firewire expansion board for it. Of course, if you are not doing any additional processing you may opt to just route the PARTS of your Motif XF manually as necessary directly to audio tracks – without creating virtual audio moif.
A vehicle for moving one or more passengers from point A to point B via a specific route. However, it is no longer as intuitive imho.
Create number of desired tracks. You have part of the story correct. Correct me if I am wrong.
Confirm this, by clicking OK. I understand that the Motif XF has a built in audio interface. If there is something specific that you are not getting, I’ll answer any question but, lacking that, every single step is detailed explicitly in that tutorial At cirewire point, my tutoial may be more confusing to you than helpful because Logic X’s Library functions and appears somewhat differently than L8 and L9 moti the tutorial was written for.
I just cannot figure out how to do it.
Once you create a user profile on Motifator and update with the appropriate information, the updates shown here will be specific to you. You route signal from the Motif XF either one way or the other but a single source can never be routed simultaneously via both.
Setup 2 is to sync the sequencer, Setup 4 is for recording the Motifs Arps. You should know both because there will be times when each is appropriate. Once the signal is routed via one scenario it will become unavailable via the other. It not xc allows more flexibility when routing and processing signal in the computer environment, but when it comes to integrating the Motif XF into the computer, you will wonder how any can work without it.
On the other hand, if you want to record the audio in Cubase, an interface is needed. WAV right on board the XF.
Or can I use the USB connection to utilize the audio interface? Why would you route one way mogif the other? I have a couple of questions about the firewire expansion board for my Motif xf8. Will only a firewire cable and firewire expansion board do this?
Or is there a way via the USB connection? You have the option of selecting ‘Use External Instrument Plug-in’ but, let’s bypass operation t for now. Are the tracks just XF or a combination of lots of sources.
I basically want to have 8 tracks of audio recording at the same time while I am playing different instruments on different sf via the Firdwire. Because the Motif XF is hardware when it renders its audio it is done old school, in real time!