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Lower case cursive letters. I would like to control a Logic setup using Max/MSP via the IAC driver. The controls are for volumes and each one is a different channel and controller number. When I send the continuous data from Max/MSP I need to highlight other tracks to start and stop other audio files.
Whenever I highlight a track it receives the CC data that I am trying to send to one exclusive track that is NOT highlighted. Would someone please point me in the right direction where I can lock CC controller data to specific tracks regardless of whether or not they are highlighted? Many thanks for steering me in the right direction. Yes, all incoming and receiving MIDI data needs to be exclusively dedicated to a channel and controller. Channels above 16 were reassigned in Logic to lower ones which was something to keep track of. Also, there is an offset for assigning the audio channels above 20.
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Another bit of housekeeping to keep an eye on. I hope this helps others who may run into this issue when using the IAC bus for software communication to Logic. Vacheto wrote: If I understand correctly you must channelize the source CC data as well as you must set the target tracks to unique/custom midi channels according to the source data channelization you want to receive. You need to enable the 'Autodemix by midi channel.'