Almost every aspect of the Playback apps live features can be controlled via MIDI information. In this guide, you'll find information and what all of the different functions are in MIDI mapping mode, and what can be controlled.
Transport Controls Mapping
At the very top of the Playback app, you're met with a lot of options. From the Top-left, to right you have:
Song and Song Section Navigation Mapping
Right underneath the transport controls are Song and Song Section navigation options.
Including, Highlight previous Song tile, Highlight Previous Song Section, Select (Jump to), Highlight Next Song Section, Highlight Next Song tile.
Looping, and MIDI Mute Functions
To the left of the "Master" fader in the bottom right corner are buttons to either live loop, mute outgoing MIDI, or toggle to different layers in the Playback interface.
Song Position Mapping
It is also possibly to map to a song’s position instead of mapping to a song. Here’s the main difference:
Mapping to the song means that mapping will be specific to that song and will persist across all setlists on that device, no matter where that song is in a setlist.
Mapping to the song position means the mapping will always be that song position, and will always be mapped to the position, regardless of what is loaded into that song tile position.
Song Section Mapping
MIDI controls can also be mapped to specific song sections within specific songs.
Fader Volume, Solo, and Mute mapping
In the "Busses" and "Stems" layer in the mixer toward the bottom of the Playback app, any bus or stem fader can be mapped to either Solo, Mute, or control the fader position for a specific bus or stem.