Since there are a few devs on the list here, I figured this might be of some general interest. In the wake of Comic Life's success of on the Mac, Plasq seems to have made a decision to divest itself of its audio software (which currently leaves both Rax and Wormhole in a somewhat precarious position). As to the fate of their freeware Looping program -- Musolomo -- one of the Plasq admins (atariboy) has unofficially announced that it will be going Open Source in a forum thread here: http://preview.tinyurl.com/2dsguj For those of you who've never used it before, Musolomo is a quirky little Looping plug that features a variety of interesting functions -- instant sample mapping and transposition, forward/reverse, DJ-style scratching, and an X-Y pad, just to name a few. The transposition in particular is actually pretty good/interesting, as it was partially coded by Airy Andre (who also did the Speedster plug). The package is still up for download on the Plasq site, and there's even a Universal Binary version that's been made available through the forums. Personally, the main gripes I've had with Musolomo are that there's no real Feedback mechanism (so I really think of it more as a Phrase Sampler than a Looper), and that the allocated memory fills up fairly quickly. It seems I always have to open multiple instances and use them simultaneously to get around the memory issue. Otherwise, it's an interesting little Looping tool. Perhaps in the future somebody might try developing it a bit further, or porting it to a different platform (or at the very least just add a frickin' Feedback function to the darn thing -- please!). If nothing else, having a look at the source code might give some of the other developers here ideas for implementation of feature sets on their own products. --m.