Hey there, I'm new to the forum. I was a DP user of 8 years or so and I just made the jump from DP to Logic. I'm liking Logic 9 better in many respects than DP. Logic hasn't crashed on me yet, while DP crashed all the time. Also, I think Logic sounds better, there is a slight low-mid bump and I feel like the mix bus is much better... the stereo field is represented a lot cleaner... its more analog-like I feel. I have to admit some features in Logic are not very logical at first. DP is set-up for people to easily move from the analog world into digital, but some things in Logic just don't make sense... or the features are not available in Logic maybe. Here's a short list of things I have discovered, and while I have already done some internet research, I can't seem to find definite answers to my questions. So maybe you guys could help... 1. Is there a way to directly route audio to your interface from an audio channel in the mix window? It appears as if you have to route it through a bus, then out through that aux channel. That makes no sense. In DP you can simultaneously send audio from a track to as many outputs as you want. 2. In DP there is feature that lets you edit audio clip volume using a waveform to draw in volume points. I'm not talking about automation... This volume stays with the clip. Is there something similar in Logic? I couldn't find it. 3. DP has a feature that automatically detects and maps pitches for every audio file. You can access it easily right in the track. Is there anything like this is Logic? Thanks for your help!