Surprised nobody else has bird-dogged these yet, but... There's a four-page spread specifically on Looping, starting page 62 in the February 2006 (#96) issue of UK's Computer Music magazine. It's currently on the stands now in the US, but we get it a month behind the Brits. More on the magazine at http://www.computermusic.co.uk As is their typical writing style, the first two pages are dedicated to the background and explanation of the technique, while the last two are a guided tutorial showing you how to do it yourself. The Looping overview is pretty good, incorporating a brief history as well as some useful basic techniques for which Looping is used and a boxout on recommend listening. Not only is there a prominent mention of Looper's Delight in the overview section, but there's even a thumbnail graphic of the LD homepage (FYI side-note to Kim: you really can't read a darn thing on the webpage if it's shrunk down -- other than the fact that you're a supporter of Sonic Foundry). The tutorial actually uses Loopy Llama ( http://www.rekliner.com/?PageID=14 ) from our own Chris Kline. There's also a boxout on free Looping software available on the net which features, amongst others, blurbs on Jeff Larson's Mobius ( http://www.zonemobius.com ), the aforementioned Loopy Llama, and Expert Sleepers' Meringue ( http://www.expertsleepers.co.uk ). They include a side-mention of Os' Augustus Loop as well, but since the focus of the boxout is "free software" I don't think they could really focus on that one in particular. And in other magazine news, the current issue of Musicworks (Issue 93, Fall 2005) has a very nice two-column review of the Ambient Ping events frequently posted here. More information on the magazine is available at http://www.musicworks.ca , while you can find out more on the Ping at http://www.ambientping.com --m. -- _______ " I want to keep you alive so there is always the possibility of murder... later"