Thing is if I have for example an articulation activated that sets the midi channel to 1 and than move my modwheel (my controller is sending on channel 1 by default) I still get what you see in the video. IMO this should just happen if Id be sending on Ch6 right?Reaticulate tries to detect when an articulation is manually being activated. It's a cosmetic thing in that it just updates the GUI, it doesn't cause Reaticulate to emit any output events to change an articulation.
It should only happen when you've activated one of the articulations that route to channel 6 though, yeah? I mean, if CC1 value 67 activates staccato and you're currently on staccatissimo, if you manually move the modwheel to send CC1 value 67, isn't the underlying patch activating staccato anyway? Isn't it reasonable if Reaticulate reflects the underlying articulation has changed in the GUI?
(BTW the '[email protected]' in those articulations is redundant since the CC output event will already ensure subsequent events are routed to channel 6.)