I’m trying hard to customize my Mural library to be set up with the keyswitches that I meticulously planned out with my VSL library. By all accounts, I should be able to do this, and do it fairly easily. Here’s a description of what I do, and what goes wrong: I load up 3 patches (Legato, Core, and Decorative, heretofore called LEG, COR, and DEC) into a Kontakt instance, changing all of their channels to MIDI Ch. 1. Then I switch them all to “Shared Keyswitching”. I’d like to put Legato on C0, so I go to LEG, ctrl-click on the first legato patch in the staff, then hit “reset”, click to set it to KS, click Activate, then I play C0 on my keyboard (even though it’s already set to C0). I test it out on my keyboard, and it sounds fine. Moving on… I’d like to put the Long patch from COR as my D0 keyswitch, so I ctrl-click, select “by KS”, Activate, then hit D0 on my keyboard. Suddenly, all of my blue notes from my Kontakt keyboard are gone. I test out the patch, and I can heaer the Long patch, but I also hear a Tremolo patch, and I can see that there is a signal coming out of the DEC instance. I see that the 180 measured tremolo is highlighted. I ctrl-click, etc., and find that its KS it set to C0. I’m confused as to why it would play when I hit D0, but whatever. I hit “enable” to disable it, and I close the articulation switcher. Now I hit C0 and…nothing happens. It doesn’t change back to the Legato patch, it merely switches to an empty note on the DEC staff. I hit D0, it switches back to the 180 measured tremolo. What am I missing? How do I do this?