Dear Logic X Experts, is there a way in Logic X to get â€˜artificialâ€™ note names to appear on the piano roll? By artificial, i mean KeySwitch names. e.g. Legato, Pizzicato etc.. Iâ€™ve done some research on this and see that one CAN in-fact do this (https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2478532?tstart=0), but, the suggested method involves making a mapped instrument. I fear that this might not be compatible since my situation is a bit complicated by virtue of my using several multi-timbral instruments. Since iâ€™m doing separate automation on each instrument within my multi-timbral instruments, iâ€™m using an auxiliary track for each instrument-within-my-multi-timbral-instrument. (sorry for my confusing wording..) Also, the suggested method is for Logic 8 (i thinkâ€¦maybe Logic 9) and now the hyper-editor in Logic X seems to be renamed and perhaps works in a slightly different manner. Thus my asking you kind experts for a helping hand Thank you very much for your time and though - looking forward to any tipps that you might have for me cheers!! Peter ps. at the moment iâ€™ve got my keyswitches saved in â€˜track based notesâ€™ but..i seem to be juggling with so many keyswitch instruments that iâ€™d be really nice not to have to refer to some little text-editor, or have to findâ€¦then load up the VSTi Instrument window, but, rather, to be able to see the keyswitch names properly labelled on the notes in the piano roll.