What’s interesting: this (very useful and probably unintended) quirk will scroll through 128 channels (inputs and outputs included) because of the MIDI CC values. Someone, years ago, in a thread were I picked up the trick had managed to use a NRPN to expand this to 1024 values, thus 1024 scrollable channels.
Whoa…thats a big stretch
Fortunately I have gone back to utter simplicity after doing a lot of graphic/photo work with Bokeh. I translated this to the aural realm and now Im flat out having more than 24 tracks. Even a drum kit (for our genre) is rarely more than 4 mcs (1 r88 in MS does a great job)
Thanks for the inf.
Yes, it just scrolls through the channel numbers(? you know those little numbers in each track).
To respect visibility, I think a regular next track/previous track would work? But how to assign that to a regular potentiometer? I had wrestled some Bome translator for this, but it wasn’t fluid.
Works respecting visibility (Command > Project > Select Track: Next/Select Track: Previous) with my AKAI mpd218 using inc/dec thanks to @cubic13. (It has endless potentiometers and can be mapped to send inc/dec.)
Yep that works but then I was working more from the mixer…which still doesnt seem to work;
I just used bome - CC Num_x: Data3 = 1 creates note, CC Num_x: Data 3 = 65 creates note + 1
ie left turn sends note 74, right sends 75 if you know what I mean
Ill have a look to see if it can respect hidden tracks in mixer view
For scrolling through tracks, I use two separate Generic Remote entries, but it’s targeting the Project Window (and I also keep the Mixer and Project selection sync’d). It also seems to scroll past tracks that are invisible in the Project Window)