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Keyfax MOXF In 'N' Out TUTORiAL
The essential – if in fact, only – video that gives you the low-down on Yamaha’s innovative MOXF. The MOXF is a mix of the flagship Motif XF and ‘Motif-on-a-budget’ MOX keyboard workstations. What the "F" is all about is "Flash" memory, a format that lets you burn new sample data onto an optional non-volatile memory card for permanent data storage and recall. This option opens the door to huge amounts of data storage and management thereof and MOXF In & Out is focused on all the many the opportunities afforded by this new facility. 

This video has two presenters: Dave Polich, and Megan McDuffee. Dave Polich is the Motif guru, who Yamaha has relied on to both provide new sample ROM for the series’ sonic engine room and also to ‘voice’ every single model in the range with a stunning array of Voices and Performances. Dave Polich is also the man who created the two most successful independent libraries sold exclusively here on Motifator.com: B’s Knees and Vintage Keys, along with some twenty other titles. In Part 2, successful young composer and MIDI expert Megan McDuffee examines the twists and turns of loading and saving new Pattern libraries, Arpeggios, and Standard MIDI Files.

Scenes

1. Modes & Terminology An explanation of the MOXF Modes and associated terminology along with a basic guide to Navigation.

2. Accessing Internal Sounds Navigating the internal banks and sound categories. 

3. Voice Structure Explanation of Voices: structure and relationship with sample waves. 

4. Loading Non Sample Voice Libraries From individual voices to All files. The ins and outs, the whys and wheres. 

5. Loading Sample Voice Libraries Loading Motif XF sample libraries; understanding the relationship between user and preset waveforms. 

6. Managing Your Flashboard Formatting, deleting waves and more. 

7. Creating Custom Banks How to load data from several collections and create your own custom banks/libraries. 

8. Troubleshooting The importance of the screen checkboxes and what to do when you didn’t! 

9. Loading Patterns Ways you can load Patterns & Songs and what you can with them once loaded. 

10. Managing MIDI Sample Libraries Instant Guide to using Twiddly.Bits collections on the MOXF, including efficient navigation techniques. 

11. GM & SMFs Guide to loading and managing General MIDI files and SMFs. 

12. Loading & Applying Arpeggios Loading new arpeggio libraries and applying them to a Voice, a Performance, and within a Song or Pattern.

home page:

http://www.keyfax.com/index.php/moxf-in-n-out.html
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