The Knobinator is a device in the Maxinator Collection that maps different values on a knob or slider to individual parameters. You could use it, for example, to create a knob that turns on the track activation buttons of a set of tracks as you turn the knob.
Map your controller knob to the Knobinator Knob. Assign the parameters using the eight parameter mappings. Now as you twist the knob, when the knob's value passes one of the thresholds, Knobinator will send the Trigger On Value to the appropriate parameter. By default, Knobinator will send the Trigger Off Value when you next pass the threshold, but in Toggle Mode, Knobinator sends the off value as soon as it passes the threshold for the next parameter. It makes a lot more sense when you actually use it.
One caveat with Toggle Mode: Knobinator expects the thresholds to be in ascending order from bottom to top. If they are not, Knobinator will behave as if they are. Thresholds will behave correctly, but the parameter you expected to activate might not. For best results, keep the thresholds in ascending order.
By default, Knobinator is in Multiple Parameter Mode and controls up to eight parameters. If you turn off Multiple Parameter Mode, then Knobinator controls only a single parameter. This is useful for using a knob to send discrete values of your choice to a controller. For instance, maybe you want a knob to control Beat Repeat's Grid control, but you want to skip the 1/24 grid. Knobinator can make this happen. Just turn off Multiple Parameter Mode and set the on values to skip the 1/24 values.
As you turn the Knobinator knob you can set thresholds using the Threshold Learn buttons. This sets the current value of the knob to the selected threshold. I think that's most of the details of Knobinator. Let me know if you run into any questions or difficulties or if you even like the device.