bloodyMary Posted September 24, 2013 Share Posted September 24, 2013 So I finally received my MOX6, which is supposed to replace my old Korg as the main board. Well, aside from being built like crap (wobbling plastic everywhere, gaps between plastic parts, and slightly unleveled keys) it plays fine and I like the sound. Until I tried to program my usual synth lead, which is an aggressive saw lead with pitch wheel set to -24/+2 range. I love using the negative bend to make a 'dive', it sounds cool and adds expression to my solos. So I started playing...and whenever I bend down, there's stepping, almost like I'm playing a chromatic scale while using the pitch bend. Seems like the Pitch Bend has inadequate resolution. What's up with THAT???? Any of you Motif guys experienced this stuff? Is there a workaround or I'd just have to return this board? Damn, I waited for like 2 months to get it, and really looked forward to using it.. I might upgrade to Motif XS for better build, but if the engine and controllers behave the same, I'd pass. Help me, I only have so much time before I can't return it anymore.. Stage: MOX6, V-machine, and Roland AX7 Rolls PM351 for IEMs. Home/recording: Roland FP4, a few guitars Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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