Why?!!! WHY?!!! In the name of all that is MIDI why don't devs offer relative MIDI mapping?!!!
ARGH! When you're dealing with multiple apps, in software, absolute midi mapping is just about worthless. Especially when you're dealing with encoders.
To date, I've not found a SINGLE iOS app that uses relative midi mapping (i.e. 63/65=-/+ with acceleration).
What kills me is Arturia, in the damn manual for the minilab controller goes to great lengths talking about how relative encoder settings are preferred for DAW/software control, yet THEIR OWN iSEM app doesn't offer it!!
With relative controls you can map the same damn encoders using different midi channels to control basically EVERYTHING with no parameter jumping (the normal "bad thing") or the super annoying," wiggle the s#!t until you find the latch point in pick-up modes...
Seriously, it can't be that hard to do as EVERY DAMN VST and desktop DAW offers relative midi mapping!!!!