Login / Register
 
Motif - Reason Refill
New Reply
Subscribe
VivaLaVinyl
Thread Starter
#1
19th August 2008
Old 19th August 2008
  #1
Gear nut
 
Joined: Dec 2005
Location: Toronto
Posts: 76

Thread Starter
VivaLaVinyl is offline
Motif - Reason Refill

Can anyone give me a heads up on which is the best Yamaha Motif refill for reason? Can't afford a Motif, but for my purposes, the refills would do the trick.

Thanks!
#2
19th August 2008
Old 19th August 2008
  #2
Gear interested
 
Joined: Aug 2008
Posts: 22

Jon Giglio is offline
Quote:
Originally Posted by VivaLaVinyl View Post
Can anyone give me a heads up on which is the best Yamaha Motif refill for reason? Can't afford a Motif, but for my purposes, the refills would do the trick.

Thanks!
I'd also like to know thumbsup
#3
19th August 2008
Old 19th August 2008
  #3
Gear Head
 
Joined: Oct 2007
Posts: 70

In Search of is offline
why not just use reason sounds ,those motif refills are not the real thing

if you want a motif and you are hard on money

get one of these used :
motif rack
motif 6
MO6

or even a new MM6
#4
19th August 2008
Old 19th August 2008
  #4
Gear addict
 
Joined: Apr 2008
Posts: 426

lospat123 is offline
Quote:
Originally Posted by In Search of View Post
why not just use reason sounds ,those motif refills are not the real thing


if you want a motif and you are hard on money

get one of these used :
motif rack
motif 6
MO6

or even a new MM6
not the real thing? why not? if u copy the sounds from the motif to a reason refill, how can it not be real man? haha
i remeber watching a interview of a producer saying he liked this one patch on the motif, i checked the refill and the patch was there and it was the same as what he said it was in the interview...
#5
19th August 2008
Old 19th August 2008
  #5
Gear Head
 
Joined: Oct 2007
Posts: 70

In Search of is offline
Quote:
Originally Posted by lospat123 View Post
not the real thing? why not? if u copy the sounds from the motif to a reason refill, how can it not be real man? haha
i remeber watching a interview of a producer saying he liked this one patch on the motif, i checked the refill and the patch was there and it was the same as what he said it was in the interview...
is a poor copy of your Social Security Card the real thing.
#6
19th August 2008
Old 19th August 2008
  #6
Gear addict
 
idlabs's Avatar
 
Joined: Nov 2005
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Posts: 369

Send a message via AIM to idlabs
idlabs is offline
I have a motif as well as the motif refill and in my experience the refill isn't really the same. Sounds like they were sampled pretty well, but you lose the fx and some of the expressivness of the actual sound. That said, I'm not sure which version of the refill I have but it works for what it is. I use both depending on what I'm doing and what type of sound I want. Sorry, I know that didn't really answer your question.
#7
19th August 2008
Old 19th August 2008
  #7
Gear maniac
 
Joined: Aug 2008
Posts: 273

jedilaw is offline
Presumably, a lot of what makes a Motif an attractive instrument isn't just the sounds, it's also how it handles things like velocity and aftertouch, how the multisamples are scripted to respond. That is going to have a huge effect on how expressive the instrument is. Doing straight samples from the Motif won't transfer over those aspects of the keyboard.
#8
19th August 2008
Old 19th August 2008
  #8
Lives for gear
 
Keyflo's Avatar
 
Joined: Jul 2007
Location: New Jersey
Posts: 1,849

Send a message via AIM to Keyflo
Keyflo is offline
Quote:
Originally Posted by In Search of View Post
why not just use reason sounds ,those motif refills are not the real thing

if you want a motif and you are hard on money

get one of these used :
motif rack
motif 6
MO6

or even a new MM6
They are real, U just gotta add the right verb and delay and adjust the attack and decay knobs to get it really close to the real thing...... thats all
__________________
Influenced by Danja, Jeff Bhasker, Timbaland, Cirkut, Dr. Luke

SOUNDS IN HD
My Twitter
Sounds in HD Twitter
My Sound Cloud
#9
19th August 2008
Old 19th August 2008
  #9
Gear nut
 
Joined: May 2006
Location: East L
Posts: 127

tWoKp. is offline
Quote:
Originally Posted by Keyflo View Post
They are real, U just gotta add the right verb and delay and adjust the attack and decay knobs to get it really close to the real thing...... thats all
i agree, not even the verb and delay sometimes i just tweak the release. i use to have the motif hardware but i sold it
#10
19th August 2008
Old 19th August 2008
  #10
Lives for gear
 
Joined: Aug 2007
Posts: 1,611

computa is offline
they r not the same.

worked on a project recently where they had motif sounds for exs in logic. was not happy with the 2D flatness. got to my spot w/ yamaha motif xs6 and we replaced the sounds and it was like night n day. Cant believe a reason refill will sound any better than the sound engine in logic.

honestly for those of u who have never owned/used hardware synths use the refill/samples.
#11
20th August 2008
Old 20th August 2008
  #11
Lives for gear
 
Sirocco's Avatar
 
Joined: May 2004
Location: New Jersey
Posts: 3,415

Send a message via AIM to Sirocco
Sirocco is offline
Quote:
Originally Posted by Keyflo View Post
They are real, U just gotta add the right verb and delay and adjust the attack and decay knobs to get it really close to the real thing...... thats all
wrong -- because these banks sample presets -- which already have the effects -- all in all -theyre no good for this reason as you are 'trapped'
__________________


SonicSpecialists
- Drums created for, and used by, top producers across the globe.
QUAKE IS NOW AVAILABLE -- Featuring 'Amazingly Huge' Drum Sounds!!!
www.SonicSpecialists.com - Get 250+ FREE DRUMS NOW!
#12
20th August 2008
Old 20th August 2008
  #12
Lives for gear
 
Joined: Oct 2005
Posts: 535

coolout is offline
Agreed...

I use to wonder why hardware keyboard manufacturers would often advertise such small ROM (less than 100mb) amounts.

I guess that you don't really need gigabytes of raw sample data in ROM if the patch is actually programmed well.

There goes another "reason" (pun intended) why hardware is often times a better investment.

Especially when you can get older rack modules dirt cheap on ebay or craigslist these days.
__________________
DJ. Producer. Engineer. Artist.
Creator of dance music and mostly self-indulgent hip-hop albums.

Check me out:
https://soundcloud.com/disgomusic
www.cooloutmusic.com
#13
20th August 2008
Old 20th August 2008
  #13
Lives for gear
 
Joined: Aug 2007
Posts: 1,611

computa is offline
Quote:
Originally Posted by coolout View Post
Agreed...

I use to wonder why hardware keyboard manufacturers would often advertise such small ROM (less than 100mb) amounts.

I guess that you don't really need gigabytes of raw sample data in ROM if the patch is actually programmed well.

There goes another "reason" (pun intended) why hardware is often times a better investment.

Especially when you can get older rack modules dirt cheap on ebay or craigslist these days.
they loop the sounds.

this is an issue where i think the super duper 40G patch on a sampler/soft synth could be much more effective (if they did the loop thing) sounds/samples would load instantly.
#14
20th August 2008
Old 20th August 2008
  #14
Lives for gear
 
terrytee's Avatar
 
Joined: Oct 2007
Posts: 2,178

terrytee is offline
Quote:
Originally Posted by VivaLaVinyl View Post
Can anyone give me a heads up on which is the best Yamaha Motif refill for reason? Can't afford a Motif, but for my purposes, the refills would do the trick.

Thanks!
As already said the hardware stuff will always sound a lot better.

But if you can only afford samples right now i suggest you do a ebay Search for, Yamaha Motif ES Samples Sound Reason Refill WAV 25+GB
The Sellers name is recordingselite

I have the ESX24 version, as far as sample packs go there very good.
__________________
Quote:
Originally Posted by cynic View Post
your first mistake was even buying that girl a ring. you know you coulda probably got some nice preamps with that money...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10LCZODPQFE
New Reply Submit Thread to Facebook Facebook  Submit Thread to Twitter Twitter  Submit Thread to LinkedIn LinkedIn  Submit Thread to Google+ Google+ 
 
Thread Tools
Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search
Similar Threads
Thread
Thread Starter / Forum
Replies
taperocket / Gearslutz Secondhand Gear Classifieds
6
enharmonic / Music Computers
4
tubesandteles / Low End Theory
3
kenkelly81 / So much gear, so little time!
1

Forum Jump

SEO by vBSEO ©2011, Crawlability, Inc.