Can you make an example of track triggering that justifies it compared to page triggering? I am just thinking that if I had a track that I wanted to trigger, I would copy it to its own page and then trigger that.
Track triggering would be cool, but I am just trying to picture strong argument for it.
I think using midi notes for triggering has huge benefits over anything else (vel, cc, whatever). First of all they are playable. Secondly they are mutatable in so many ways because the midi notes are the "meat and potatoes" of a seqencer.
But IF we say "yes we want track triggering" I think I would suggest taking my plan for "midi note page triggering" and say "you can also link midi notes to tracks the same way as you can link them to pages."