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Have any EuCon controller map a Pro Tools track's Midi CC controls. In the case of the Artist Mix, it would control up to the first 8 midi CCs that are assigned to a channel. Cubase can control Midi CCs by its Quick Control feature, and this is activated on the controller by pressing and holding the EQ button on an Artist Mix (other controllers may vary), it would seem sensible to follow the same convention.
For all users of Artist Mix consoles - I know Euphonics came from broadcast market, where ON is commonly used instead of MUTE, but Pro Tools is rather post-production tool than broadcast. And we rather use MUTE than ON 😀 I thought it would be great if functions of Solo and On buttons can be swapped by preference setting of EuControl (because I suspect LED colors are not controllable in such small consoles)....