Yes some of the ctrl objects allows you to assign a midi cc but when you try to make the patch live, it wont work. I havent found out how to work around it yet. Johannes says it needs to be adressed in java code not in XML. I just started on XML and dunno much about programming java... yet .... Anyway,,,, I will test it tommorow if it might work by editing in XML. I havent given up on this. I need the ctrl object to be midi assignable in my setup. If I could watch a video of someone adding midi cc to one obejct, i could do it myself and not "waste" developers time om stuff like this. I just need an example and I can do it on my own and of course share with everyone in here
BUT..... This is kind of a workaround:
Assign the filter selection to 4 presets and use preset system to change filter type. Presets should work for the ctrl/i. But this is not really a good solution, cause it takes up ALL presets features.. but it should be possible.
But in general I think the ctrl objects should all be midi assignable, but I dont know how big a programming task it is to do that. But I would gladly help make it happen so everyone can enjoy that feature I managed to make new versions of the ctrl/i with only 1-16 instead of 0-64000. That makes more sense in my set up... Especially the ctrl/i object would be REALLY nice to have a dynamic version of... SO you can set minimum and maximum value manually( maybe from Axolotis own object editor, so we dont have leave Axoloti editor to do this)
@johannes Is this something you have thought about?