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  • Motif Rack ES broken wheel

    I lent out my rack to a friend and now it has a broken data wheel. I need to reduce the reverb on a preset patch (pre1:  001 Full Grand). Is there a way to either change the reverb to a smaller room, dial down it's gain or remove it alltogether without using the data wheel? I don't have time to get it serviced before my next gig...

    All thoughts/desires/ideas/opinions/decisions/budgets and schedules are subject to constant change, but at least I'm not moody.

  • #2
    You can edit the sounds if you connect a computer to it via USB

    Download the software editor here http://motifator.com/index.php/support/es_downloads/

    EDIT: BTW, Sorry they busted your stuff.

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    • PianoPete
      PianoPete commented
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      I downloaded and installed the Studio Manager and the editor but I cannot change the Midi in/out to usb without the data wheel...


  • #3

    Seriously get him to pay for it to be repaired.

    If I borrowed a mates  equipment and something I did made it go south I'd atleast have the decency to pay for it to be fixed.

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    • #4

      Don't know about the Motif ES, but a lot of keyboards have a 'reset' or 'calibrate' function that can clear up stuff like that.  I've done it with several keyboards when the pitch or mod wheels went wacky.  Worth a try anyways. 

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      • PianoPete
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        My friend is more than willing to pay for repairs. Stuff happens and it's all good. I just didn't have the time to get it serviced. Thanks for the replies!













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