Hello all, I have written a new sound-editing application called Audio Magic. It is an alternative to Sound Forge 8, but it is in the public domain and it is freeware. It does not yet have all of Sound Forge's features, but we are only on the very first beta release at this point, and I would like all of your feedback on how I could improve the interface. I am a JAWS user myself, so I have tried to make the interface to the application as accessible as possible. You will not need JAWS scripts to make use of the program's features; the program will communicate it's information to JAWS without any other files needing to be installed. This program is also a lot faster than Sound Forge in terms of saving files, etc. It includes features such as changing pitch, reverb, noise reduction (coming in next beta), etc. It can currently save in MP3, WMA, OGG and Real Media formats. More support is coming soon and people will be able to write plug-ins to support other formats if they wish. If you would like to try it out, you can go to http://audiomagic.roachhost.com and download the latest beta version from there. You can read the user's guide and other documentation after you've got the program installed. Documentation will also be available online by the time the final product is released. If you feel any changes need to be made to the documentation, let me know that as well. Hope you all enjoy the program. Thanks, Daniel -- Joker Dog jokerdog02@xxxxxxxxxxx -- http://www.fastmail.fm - Same, same, but different?