Hi, I'm an OpenBeOS newbie looking for anything to contribute to... the MIDI ki= t is a possibility, though I don't know much about MIDI itself. Since no-one has mentioned it yet on this list, I should draw your attentio= n to Freeverb, a public-domain software reverb by Jezar Wakefield at Dreamp= oint Design and Engineering. I'm not sure whether it's as tweakable as the one built in to BeOS, but it = sounds (as in, I've listened to it) *very* good. It might be sufficient to= take care of the whole "reverb" part of the MIDI kit without any modificat= ion. The code is very simple and portable C++. There's a few enhanced / ported versions of Freeverb - search on Google. T= he original source can be found at, among other places: http://www.akustisc= he-kunst.org/puredata/freeverb/freeverb.html -- || Matthew Stewart-Smith | a.k.a. NiMBUS || <nimbus186@xxxxxxxxxx> || -- There are only 10 types of people in this world: those who understand binary, and those who don't.