Step 7: The Wii Remote has five buttons, and we’ll be using all of them. Go through each one in OSCulator (remember to tap them if they’re not already appearing in the list) and use the Event Type list to assign them to MIDI Notes - doesn’t matter what notes you use particularly, but we like to start from C-2 - why not?
For this setup, we’re not going to map the accelerometer features of the Wii Remote because it’ll get too flaky and hard to control (in our opinion), but we are going to also map the ‘+’ pad. Each of its positions (left/right/up/down) can be assigned separately in OSCulator, and we’re going to use them for keyboard shortcuts. Assign left to cod-alt-B (toggle Browser), right to cod-alt-M (toggle Mixer), up to cod-alt-l (toggle track view), and down to cod-alt-S (toggle sends).