Once the signal is routed via one scenario it will become unavailable via the other. Does it make a difference? Or is there a way via the USB connection? However, it is no longer as intuitive imho. I also confirm that the External Instrument Inputs correspond to my Motif’s outputs , , , etc. Or can I use the USB connection to utilize the audio interface?
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Just remember, these were made a few years firewirs. Typically the FW16E would match better with Cubase 6. WAV right on board the XF. Then each of the fourteen assignable FW buses as Mono sends: I have a couple of questions about the firewire expansion board for my Motif xf8.
Things have changed somewhat on Logic’s end based upon whether you are setting up external MIDI tracks or external instrument tracks the latter being a type of software instrument track.
First, here are two pics of my XS’ Girewire screen and proper settings. Thank you for your responses. Because the Motif XF is hardware when it renders its audio it is done old school, in real time!
However, it is no longer as intuitive imho. I would like to take a performance mode and record it to different tracks on cubase, edit them, and turn it into audio.
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I understand that a USB cable is a one-way data connection and that firewwire firewire connection is a two-way connection and is able to send data both ways at the motid time. My laptop does NOT have a firewire input. 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. It depends on your goal. If you are going to record the XS’ audio, it’s a no brainer for me: You route signal from the Motif XF firewirs one way or the other but a single source can never be routed simultaneously via both.
Motif XF Routing PARTS via FireWire
Right now, it is the only firewier on that bus. Are you doing vocals, recording audio to Cubase? 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 signals.
Will only firfwire firewire cable and firewire expansion board do this? You have the motf of selecting ‘Use External Instrument Plug-in’ but, let’s bypass operation t for now. I’m very close to having this properly setup, but I want to confirm the way I have it set up is the best and efficient way to configure this and get the midi issue correct.
In audio a bus is a vehicle for moving audio signal from one point to another along a specific path. Or is there a way via the USB connection?
Create number of desired tracks. Thu Jan 31, 1: Download the most recent versions of any drivers, software or XF Operating System updates Hello, I have a couple of questions about the firewire expansion board for my Motif xf8.
Or can I use the USB connection to utilize the audio interface? Even if you are using the light version of Cubase AI you can route 8 simultaneous stereo sends from the XF to your computer. I am trying to get this same configuration setup on my iMac.
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If that is your goal, you do not need to get the FW16E. At this 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 which the tutorial was written for. Also, you are saying I should, for the best compatibility, get a newer version of Cubase such as 6 or 7?