Bob, I suspect that the behavior is different due to a change in settings. Replay Music has an Audio Driver and a Windows Audio Driver. The Audio Driver can pull audio out of specific applications which would prevent system (and JAWS) sounds from being grabbed. However, this Audio Driver can have conflicts with other software. The Windows Audio Driver has no conflicts, but it grabs all audio. I recommend trying the Audio Driver in Replay Music. If you notice any problems, you might want to try the audio recording functionality in Replay Media Catcher 5 instead if you are on Window 7 or before. Windows 8 requires some additional BIOS configuration. Jeffrey Wilson Applian Technologies, Inc. On Jul 4, 2014, at 2:38 AM, "Bob C." <robert-c@xxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:robert-c@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote: How can I record with Jaws and RM 6 without getting JAWS along with the audio I'm trying to capture? In earlier versions of Replay Music It didn't matter if I moved around the screen. Replay would not interfere. Now Jaws is picked up with anything I record. I'm using JAWS 15 and RM 6. Isn't there a better way to get a clean recording with Replay Music than having to disable system sounds every time I use the program? And why is it that it worked so much better in older versions? Is it JAWS? Or is it Replay Music that accounts for the problem? ?