Enhanced patch randomise options - added new 'randomise depth' from 1 to 10.
Now you can choose to randomly 'deviate' gently away from the current patch settings,
or more aggressively, depending on the 'depth' setting. Please see the user guide
for more details.
Changed default MIDI controller values to 64 at startup (was 0 previously). This means that patches that
use controller modulation (M1 -M4) will now have starting values in the middle of the range before
any actual MIDI controller data is received.
Improved setup page display of MIDI controller names assigned to M1-M4, and fixed a minor
bug in incorrect mapping of controllers.
Updated user guide v1.19 to match the latest firmware.
Adjust hardware controls on Motas-6, on the plugin and record the parameter changes in your DAW
Huge set of parameters exposed to DAW for massive automation. Currently every parameter page (33 pages - that is one for each main rotary slider)
exposes offset, LFOx mod depth, unique LFO mod depth, unique LFO frequency, EG mod depth, unique EG delay, attack,
decay, sustain and release. Also, global EG and LFO parameters are exposed. This gives a total of 350 automatable parameters!
Load/save setup to recall patches with song
To enable all the features correctly you must apply firmware xx0106 to your Motas-6 (see below)
VST and AU versions available for Window, macOS and Linux.
Get this free software for use with your Motas-6 from the downloads page.
Read the Motas-6 synth review in Future Music issue 332
"Ultimately, the Motas-6 is an immensely powerful standalone monophonic synthesizer that has the ability to go into all
kinds of interesting sonic territory. Modular systems offer flexibility, but by their very nature do
not offer much in the way of parameter recall or parameter automation. Motas Electronics should be praised for their
dedication in creating such an interesting piece of sonic hardware. " - Future Music Magazine issue 332