I’ve seen a bunch of questions in the forum about how to increment banks in generic remotes, but I think this is a different question, because it isn’t about changing the bank (as in from 1-16 to 17-32): I have an X-Touch Compact (Mackie Control) which like many others has faders for controlling volume on selected tracks, etc. etc. When you move up and down using the ‘bank’ control on the device (which is set up as a Mackie Control device), it selects the next batch of 8 faders up or down in your mix console. All good so far. (And to confirm, when you control the ‘bank’ on the physical device, this doesn’t seem to have anything to do with changing the ‘bank’ in the ‘remote device’ panel.
If you have, say 20 tracks, then at first you are controlling channels 1 - 8, hit bank up on the physical defice and you’re controlling 9 to 16, once more and you’re controlling 13 - 20… then down 13 - 20, hit down again again and you’re controlling 5 - 12 – it always increments are decrements in groups of 8.
What I want to do is increment or decrement by 1 channel, rather than 8, so that if i wanted to be in control of faders 2 to 9, say, or 7 to 14 i could easily do that.
It seems to be a setting in Cubase, because you can see a graphical element highlighting the tracks you are currently controlling, but I cannot seem to find a generic remote or even just a key command or a macro command that can do the control selection. The attached screenshot shows a thin horizontal bar just above the track name on the tracks currently being controlled, but I don’t know what it’s even called to search for it.