I am currently customizing my OhmRGB to suit my needs in Reason by means of reduced remote scripts as for I am using a Code as well which covers most of the essential remote functions of individual devices.
Reason supports the Ohm64 with a remotecodec that allows the user to directly edit the targeted device in the sequencer or permanently lock it to one of them. This is of course good — the Code is even better due to its LED-feedback for the knobs which updates the current values of the parameters, which the Ohm is of course not capable of.
I have created different remote scripts for the Ohm to make best use of it depending on the current environment. While I use the Code to directly edit the targeted device and its parameters I am using the Ohm to control global functions like Loop settings, arming tracks, solo functions, BPM, Patch select etc. The only function I have not yet figured out, is how to edit the lua files in such a way that I can assign the OhmRGB's buttons to individual colors. This would be very useful for I could match the LED's colors to those of the buttons within Reason (i.e. Solo: green, Mute: red, Loop On: blue etc.) as well as use different colors to differentiate the button's functions generally.
Q: Is there a way to define the colors in the lua files to achieve this? — otherwise I am basically using an Ohm64 in Reason, without its super swell RGB functionality.
++ I gladly share my remote scripts in the end if it is of any use to anyone, definitely for those using a Code with the OhmRGB in Reason.