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61-key Workstation with FSX Synth-action Keyboard, 741MB Wave ROM, and 1,024 Voices Soon after the original MOTIF was released in 2001 it was recognized as the best sounding, top selling and most requested music workstation on the market. Over time, it has continued to evolve and improve its expressiveness and functionality. At the same time, the online community of end users, sound programmers, software developers and product support specialists at has expanded into a vibrant on line music production community. The MOTIF breathes new life into live performances with its expressive sounds and intuitive control. In music creation, the MOTIF not only offers its own music creation capabilities, it also offers a system for integrating those capabilities with a variety of software applications. And now, the next generation "XF" builds on the decade long heritage of MOTIF, and provides groundbreaking with Flash memory expansion capabilities that will set a new standard for keyboard workstations for years to come.


Why Shouldn't I Get a Motif XF

I have the XF6 and paid full price for the FW and flash boards (about $900!). The current deal with all that included plus all the free sounds is pretty sweet. You'll be getting more stuff for less money than I did ;) Anyway, if you had the XS you know what you are getting...

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Why Shouldn't I Get a Motif XF to purchase this item! Went ahead and got the Motif; Final reasoning; 1) For live work; sorry guys, but the White Motif XF6 atop the Nord Stage 2 is a pretty slutty look. 2) Computer hatred; life is more fun for me when I'm not updating or backdating OS's, checking driver compatibility, etc etc. The only...

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Yamaha Montage

...AN-engine. I've been eyeing used AN200s for weeks! As I've said elsewhere, I probably would've been perfectly happy with my Motif XF6 white Anniversary Edition had it not arrived completely damaged by the shipper. It was mint, and the seller commanded a pretty hefty price (around $2,200), but at least I could've installed a PLG-150AN...

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