127 going to 0 is at 12 going to 0:01, in other words, they mirror a clock. It's been hammered home at me that most people think of a knob with 0 at 6 o'clock and 127 at 5:59 o'clock. This was kind of a dumb oversight, I am hoping to fix it with an option to flip the rotary for those who require it. Early on, I imagined the rotary as serving people like a rotary encoder would, with them encoding the necessary transposition to their own coordinates, but I believe now that this is asking too much of users. People should be able to get a 0-127 in an inverse clock form without any struggle, as most programs don't support remapping rotary encoders.