Control assignments bypass environment settings?

I have UC33 which has 8 channels and I would like to control more tracks in Logic.
I've set up environment so that I can switch to control channels 1-8, 9-16, etc., and it works ok in environment midi monitors. But as I midi learn some fader in control assignments, it stops going through environment settings and ignores my setup. So anything moves in environment after midi learn.
Is it supposed to work like this or am I missing something?

guugi wrote:
But as I midi learn some fader in control assignments, it stops going through environment settings and ignores my setup.
I see what you need... Right now I'm away of Logic but will try to assist.
You need to duplicate the incoming midi path and use the IAC port to make the trick.
1.Create several "Faders" in Click & Ports using the "New" menu.
2.Cable the faders serially and patch the last one to a Standard Instrument object which port is set to IAC bus/port.
3.Cable the first "Virtual Environment Fader" from the bottom cable of say the "Input View" Monitor ( this way you will duplicate the midi path ).
4.Select each Virtual Fader and assign its "Out" definition ( in the Inspector ) to match your hardware controller CC# etc.
5. Open the Controller Assignment dialog (CA) and learn any Logic parameter.
Note: During the "Learn" process you must use the Logic Environment Virtual Faders - i.e the CA will get the assignment from IAC port getting it is a hardware device !
After this procedure the trick must work... I.e your hardware CC# will not be eliminated from the "Physical Input" and they will go to the Sequencer using the top Monitor Cable, while the bottom monitor cable will carry the dummy copy using the IAC and will reach the CA.
You can delete the "Virtual Environment Faders" and cable the bottom "Input View" monitor cable directly to the IAC Instrument after the dummy learn processing.
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