Great @Raul thanks, got it working, but i’m faced with another problem now.
Let me give a short insight about my setup to better understand what i’m trying to achieve.
I have a small custom arduino midi controller comprising 4 knobs and 14 push buttons. Each push button works as CC bank change, the midi CC for each of the 4 knobs changes every time, at the push of each button, so with 4 knobs only I can control 56 different parameters.
Pushing the first button and assigning the first 3 of the 4 knobs on the midi controller, the knobs are going to be linked to low shelf, low mid and mid frequencies on the equalizer, if I load an Analog Filter after the equalizer, these knobs will control Type, Cutoff and Resonance as expected.
What I would like to be able to do is having the 1st bank of knobs controlling, on the equalizer, Low Shelf Frequency, Gain and Q, so to do this I need to assign 1st knob to Parameter #6, 2nd knob to Parameter #1 and 3rd knob to Parameter #11. Now when I push the 1st button I get bnob1 controlling Low Shelf Frequency, 2nd knob Low Shel Gain and 3rd knob Low Shelf Q. It all looks good but now, on the Analog Filter the 1st knob controls the filter Type, and the 2nd and 3rd knob control nothing because the Analog filter has only 5 assignable parameters.
Is there a way to customize the Parameters addresses, so we can get more flexibility with the midi maps?
This is the custom midi controller I’m working with