You can achieve the same types of control by using meta events to change tranformer condition and operation values. These "events" can be produced by fader objects and automated in the arrangement or controlled in the environment. See page 902 in the manual:
[i]902 Chapter 39 Working in the Environment
Controlling the Condition and Operation Values via Meta Events
You can control the values of any transformer conditions or operations by using meta
events. Meta events are internal Logic Pro messages their form is similar to MIDI
controller events, but they have no MIDI meaning, they never leave Logic Pro, and
control internal Logic Pro parameters.
Like MIDI controller events, meta events have two data values: The first one indicates
the type of meta event (49 to 127, but not all are used), and the second one is the event
value (0 to 127).
Meta events 122 to 127 affect transformer parameters.
Meta event #127 sets the first (top) operation value.
Meta event #126 sets the second (bottom) operation value (if available).
Meta event #125 sets the first (top) condition value.
Meta event #124 sets the second (bottom) condition value (if available).
Note: Transformers can also process meta events, as long as they are not the meta
events listed above.
Note that all numerical condition and operation parameters that are used (conditions
not set to All and operations not set to Thru) will be affected by the same meta event.
The status condition and operation are not affected by meta events.
If you want to set numerical parameters individually, or leave some fixed, use separate
transformers in series.
Meta event #123 sets the transformer map position.
Meta event #122 sets the transformer map value for the current map position. (Use
meta event #123 to set the position first).
Note: You can use a transformers Map Set operation to create these two meta events
simultaneously. When the operation status is set to Map Set, the Data Byte 1 parameter
specifies the map position, and the Data Byte 2 parameter specifies the map value at
that position (a meta event #122 is sent with the Data Byte 1 value, followed by a meta
event #123 with the Data Byte 2 value).
You can create meta events with a fader object; you can transform MIDI events into
meta events with a transformer, and you can add meta events to a MIDI region from
the Event List. When you use a fader, set the Output definition to meta, then set the
Data Byte 1 value to the meta event number.
You can remote-control any fader by changing its Input definition, allowing you to use
faders (as well as other transformers) to convert MIDI events to meta events for
remote-control of transformers.[/i]
It take a little getting used to but it is very, very powerful!