After reading this discussion: https://vi-control.net/community/th...atures-new-to-a-logic-x-composer.73793/page-2 I decided to render a little service to the VIC/LPX community. Here's a Logic Pro 10.3.3 Project with my own Midi Transform settings (Attached) (New V2 ones from blue line down) You can use the Import Settings function to load them into your other projects. You can also make this file a template and go from there. I left some midi notes in there for you to test the functionality. Make sure you assign them to your choice of key commands so you can apply them instantly within your workflow. I've indicated my shortcuts below. Do see the included videos. And The Transforms are: (NEW V2 Transforms in Blue) Expand Notes: This command will space selected notes away from each other evenly, while maintaining their length (Unlike the default trim functions) It's an excellent tool if you happen to scale a linear group of notes so much they overlap. (e.g using the Alt+Shift+Mouse drag edge or Arrow keys) Collapse Notes: The opposite of the above command. I use these key commands: Alt+Command+. (or the > key) to expand | Alt+Command+, (or the < key) to collapse Length = 1/xx: Yes this will finally give you the ability to set note length by rapid key command! Available in these sizes: 1/1 - 1/2 - 1/4 - 1/8 - 1/16 - 1/32 I use these key commands: Alt+Command+1 = 1/1 | +2=1/2 | +4=1/4 | +5=1/8 | +6=1/16 | +7=1/32 Duplicate 3rd Up: Duplicates your notes a Major 3rd Up or 4 semitones in one keystroke! Duplicate 5th Up: Duplicates them a Major 5th Up or 7 semitones Duplicate Octave Up: Duplicates them an octave Up or 12 semitones I use these key commands: Alt+Command+F12 and F13,F14 respectively (Still using the good ol' extended keyboard) Some Theory: Use these shortcuts to form the following chords: Maj 7th: Add a 5th over the 3rd (using Alt+Command+F13) Dominant 7: Drop the result from above 1 semitone 9th: Add a 5th over your 5th Augmented Chords: add a 3rd over your 3rd (No 5th) (The above assumes you have a full triad) Double Note Length: Doubles all selected notes in length (My Shortcut: Alt+Cmd+2) Half Note Length: Reduces all selected notes to half length (My Shortcut: Ctl+Alt+2) Add Half Note Length: Adds %50 of current length to all selected notes. (i.e notes grow to %150 current length) (My Shortcut: Alt+Cmd+3) Remove 1/3 Length: Opposite of above, but not 100% accurate (reduces to 0.6666 of current). Use the provided Set Length commands to quantize length if needed. (My Shortcut: Ctl+Alt+3) Duplicate +1 Beat: Duplicates 1/4 notes and shifts the resulting copies to the next beat. (My Shortcut: Alt+F13) Duplicate In Place: Duplicates an event over itself. Useful for quickly adding notes to chord stacks without using the mouse. (My Shortcut: Alt+F14) VFilp CC Data: Takes a selection of CC data and flips if vertically in one keystroke. Useful to repurpose played in automation. Aside from this I also use these key commands: To set my Grid Division units: Shift+1 = Lower | +2 = Higher | +4 =1/4 | +5=1/8 | +6=1/16 | +7=1/32 | +8=1/64 To set my Grid Snap to Smart: CMD+ALT+` (or ~ Key) To set my Grid Snap to Division: CMD+ALT+SHIFT+` (or ~ Key) To toggle between Relative and Absolute Snap modes: CMD+ALT+/ (or ? Key) Hoping this helps make the Logic Pro X experience better for everyone. Enjoy! IMPORTANT: Use this file at your own risk. Do not test it on important/sensitive project files unless you are 100% sure it works for you. I will not be held liable or accountable for any loss or damages of any kind to any party.