A variety of user created mappings for Automap control of plug-in instruments and FX:
This is my setup for controlling Stylus RMX from a Zero SL MkII.
The setup is created using enable host automation, and uses all 256 available host learns in Stylus RMX. It would be possible to create a more extensive setup using MIDI, but that would mean having MIDI routed to Stylus all the time, which is a pain in logic (unless you get down and dirty with the Environment). So this is an attempt to provide the best controls in a logical manner for everyday and performance use.
There are two files; a ctl_rmx file, which is a template you can load into Stylus (MIDI Learn > Load Template), and the other is the automap file. Make sure that 'MIDI Learn > Ignore Assignments When Loading Multi' is ticked, so that when you load a multi it doesn't clear the template. (For some reason when you load a template into Stylus it appears to clear all the sounds, but a reload of the multi and everything is fine'
Page 1 - Mix control: Level, Pan, Aux1, Mute, Solo and Play for each part
Pages 2-9 - Part Controls - each page contains:
For a single part:
Depth and Rate for Amp, Filter and Pan LFOs
Attack, Release and Depth for Amp and Filter Envs
Cutoff, Resonance, Width, Gain, Filter Type and 24dB
Pitch, Emph, Tone, Sample Start, Reverse
Half and Double controls from Time
Momentary Play, Unmute and Solo buttons
Tone control also from Crossfade slider and Exp. Pedal
For all 8 parts:
Mute, Solo, Play Buttons
Aux1 Reverb Controls:
Room Size, Time, Density, Low Tone, High Tone, Freeze
For all 8 parts:
Level, Aux1 send, Momentary Mute, Momentary Solo, Momentary Play
All play footswitch, global level
If you want to use this as a starting point for your own setup, you can use 'Unlearn Control' in Stylus RMX, followed by 'Enable host automation' to reassign the slot. You can view the full Control Assignments by clicking View > Controls (top left). Then Save your modified template.
I hope someone finds this useful :)
Basic Logic Channel Strip EQ mapping. Uses the two faders to control the frequencies/gain of each node, and buttons to switch each node in/out.
The first page gives control over the Hi and Lo cuts. Subsequent pages give access to the other nodes in turn i.e. Low Shelf, the four middle eq bands and finally the Hi Shelf.
Common performance variables mapped to knobs. More static variables to pots.
We Came To Kill - Studio layout by Dusty of WCTK.
Top Knobs - Generator editing & Subtractive Synthesis
Bottom Knobs - Sound Modulation Control
First 4 Faders - Amp ADSR
Second 4 Faders - Filter ADSR
X/Y Pad - Cutoff & Mix
The Bass Station gets much more interesting when you ignore the presets and really tweak it.