I would like at times to be able to play my audio back at about half speed in order to isolate glitchy stuff and set in/out points more accurately. Yes, you can look at the waveforms and that's usually enough to go by, but sometimes it isn't decipherable enough. It would be so nice just to have a "half-speed" switch like they had on old tape recording units. I use Sonar, mostly, but have been tempted by Cubase (though put off by the price) and other editors. Since I do mostly audio that I record on a hard disk recorder (Tascam 788)--using MIDI only sporadically for percussion tracks--a MIDI-based solution isn't enough. I.e., I can just jack down the BPM setting and be done with it. Is there a way to do this in Sonar that I am missing, or can you do it in another editor? Seems like such an obvious need.