Apologies, I see that my description is technically incorrect.
The x-control actions shown below (which produce different sized clip loops within a playing clip in Ableton Live) are assigned to five pads on the Push controller. And I have assigned a MIDI velocity (colour) to each pad so that they are easily distinguishable on the Push controller.
I want to know if it is possible to assign a second colour (MIDI velocity) to each of the five pads so that when one of the pads is pressed i.e. '16' it changes to the second colour, providing visual feedback. Then when another pad is pressed i.e. '8' this pad changes to the second colour (and '16' reverts back to the first colour), and so on.
Essentially, I want to be able to differentiate between each x-control action through visual feedback on Push’s pads.
Sure, you could create a User Action that sent out the non-pressed velocity to the pads not pressed and the pressed velocity to the pad that was pressed. Since you have a small number of pads though, it might be easier to just handle this in your action lists. For example, if the non-pressed velocity was 72 and the pressed velocity was 127, '16' would look like this: