Hi all: Sorry I've been so tardy and awful about getting the Vortex App notes up. I promise to soon, however, I've been swayed by a most wonderful applications program called Deck II by Macromedia (multi-channel hard disk recording for the PowerMac) and it's EXCELLENT. In other words, multi-track, CD quality, digital hard disk recording with NO ADDITIONAL HARDWARE. My looping overfloweth. In fact, Deck II is so amazing that it actually means I can do real, stereo, multi-tracking instead of my usual 4-track "some tracks are mono, some are stereo" demos. I can even take a phrase I like and loop it indefinetely. It's superb. I'm also aware of Cubase VST, but it has a hungrier appetite for RAM memory than my home machine is able to provide at present. If you want info on this, let me know - I've found rather cool web-sites discussing it. Any Mac owners MUST pick-up the January issue of MacAddict as the included CD-ROM includes a fully functional (except you can't save your work) version of Deck II and SoundEdit 16 (among other expensive cool sound type apps). Now, I will be entering the much desired notes on the net here soon - I just need to take the time and DO it. Please be patient. Vortices to you all. Todd Madson.