I am using the korg nanokontrol a lot and have made my own little way of controlling vvvv with it.
since the nano products have a very unstable connection and vvvv need to be restarted to reconnect to the midi device, I use the /allowmultiple argument to run two instances of vvvv. Where one communicates between the midi controller and the other patch actually doing the visuals so in case the midi device loose the connection, I can restart that instance of vvvv and not interrupt the performance by restarting vvvv.
to easily see what controller number each knob and fader has I use colors to quickly see which controller number the button I am tweaking has.
I have attached my simple patch (wo presets) I use and I think this visual aid in finding out which notes or controllers you are receiving might be helpful.
It seem that the midi channel is set to global so you should have no need to listen to more than one channel, alternatively you could set it to transmit on just the first channel.
midi2udp-CC.v4p (9.3 kB)
midi2udp-NOTE.v4p (9.4 kB)