How can I change Midichannel with Expressionmap

Dorico developpers are talking about adding this feature to dorico in future.
(https://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=246&t=115795&p=634225#p631291)
Thats why I wonder if this in Cubase already possible or not.

Keeping in mind, that most Orchestralibraries offer different articulations of the same instrumenttyp ( Violins: Legato, Staccato, Spiccato, Portato etc.) with different patches on different midichannel of a sampler-instance (Halion, Kontakt, Vienna Instrument, Play, Sampletank, UVI, Engine etc.) It would be great and very reasonable to let a certain expression point at least to a certain different midichannel or even different midi-ports which is still even more reasonable when it comes to combine different Libraries runnig on different Samplplayers/Instances.

Am I right: as far as I know there is currently no way to let the expressionmap change this midichannel/midiport data to trigger a certain patch? (Than this Topic would be a feature-request)

…or did I justz missed anything. So it would be cool if someone could link me any documentation/page which helps me to figure out how to do this.

https://steinberg.help/cubase_pro_artist/v9/en/cubase_nuendo/topics/expression_maps/expression_maps_articulations_and_midi_r.html

Yes, you can change midi channel with expression map.

This may answer the question that has daunted me for many months: How to assign midi channels to the lanes of beat designer?

https://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=228&t=98739

:bulb: An expression map added to a MIDI track using beat designer could be used to map “notes” to MIDI channels. Since expression maps also allow notes to be transposed, that might solve my issue. (with strategy #4 in my revised proposal). I wouldn’t need the logic editor to remap drum sounds.