Hey guys, how u doin`? I`ve been working since last month, with Mayor elections around here. I edit and make the sound design for a specific candidate, and it`s all going to TV etc. Since I record mainly bands, I use PT9, which is wonderful for my music recording needs. However, I see it doesn`t work for fast broadcast editing. I receive audios of voices, soundtracks, etc... Been working the voices through pain-staking mouse clicking process in volume automation. It sucks really hard when you`ve gotta do some 30 different male, female voices, etc. I`m wasting a lot of time in this process. The DJ next to me has some PC running samplitude, and he just splits different regions and change their gains separately in same track, inserts EQ easily, in much less time. Other way of doing it in PT9 is to use audiosuite. But it still has disadvantages, not as easy to use as samp`s gain line. So, do I have to switch to PC? I don`t seem to find this `gain on different region` in any other software practical as samp. Already thought about installing virtual windows on my mac, solely to run samp. Didn`t do it yet because I`m afraid I screw things with bootcamp etc. Could you recommend any other editing tool for mac? One that allows you to quickly edit stuff? Mainly with the separate gain feature. If not so, I`m thinking bout bringin` in my PC.