hi, are you people who are running windows xp via vmware fusion or parallels getting good clear sound?? im using vmware fusion only for a coupla music production/audio applications. the internal macbook sound works, but introduces alot of latency....like if you hit a sound, you wont hear it till like a second or two later....not good for music stuff. so i thought using a proper audio interface/soundcard would solve this....ie...using asio sound drivers, which all good soundcards have and all software manufacturers recommend us to use for music stuff....for sound low latency. im usng an m=audio fast track pro....it works fine on the mac side of things, but on windows xp....the sound is all crackled up...really messed up. ive tried changing the latency settings on the card, audio settings in apps....not working out..... in theory it should be fine, because ive used the same audio interface with my dekstop windows pc....but on my macbook, its just not working. ive got the latest drivers for service pack 3.... im thinking about getting another audio interface, for pro tools, an mox2 or something.....hopefully that will work on mac and pc..... how are you guys doing for sound on windows xp?? on your macs..... is it solid and good alwyas? what kind of soundcards are you using? is anyone running music apps on windows side? any audio midi sequencers? and audio editors? eg cubase, soundforge, VSTis.... latency is bad...and sound quality is really bad.....with my audio interface...maybe its some kind of setting.....i dont know....ive tried everthing. i mean.....theres settings for the soundcard, settings in the audio apps, settings for windows xp sound settings, sound driver settings with device manager in xp.... and theres probably sound settings in vmware fusiion too right? ....and should i be looking and playing with sound settings in mac leopard too?? man.....running windows on mac is not plain sailing or easy..... ive had a tough coupla weeks with it all.... im also running the latest vmware 2.0. any help or info would be most helpful....thankyou.