- Can I use more than 8 knobs with Mulligan?
Not for plugin control. This is due to a technical limitation of the MIDI controller protocol that Mulligan uses (the M-Audio Keyboard type). That protocol was designed to support a hardware controller with an eight knob layout. So when controlling a plugin in Pro Tools, Mulligan can access eight parameters at a time, because that is the predetermined size of its parameter pages.
However, you can have lots of parameter pages in a plugin mapping, so with a thoughtful page layout you can organize a large number of parameters into as many functionally related "groups of eight" as you need.
If your MIDI device has more than eight knobs, you can make good use of them with Mulligan. Eight of the knobs can be assigned as Plugin Knobs 1-8, and then the remaining knobs can be assigned to other duties. Mulligan includes commands for controlling level, pan, and sends for the Current Track, as well as commands for navigating through tracks (with Increment Track) and parameter pages (with Increment Page) by using knobs.