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Click a parameter, hit apple & L, move a fader knob button, click another parameter, move another... read the pop-up text.  for more info in logic click help, and open the document for control surfaces.
http://logicprohelp.com/viewtopic.php?t=31725&view=next&sid=5a8334a98d38f336aec285d9b5aa611c read and at the bottom there's also a pdf to see screen shots of preference settings, etc.

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