Hello friends, I do professional voicing for IVR and telephone systems. While I've been using Macs exclusively for years, I am still hanging by a thread in the Windows world due to a surprising lack of a feature in every audio editor I've researched/used. I read a script of phrases, sometimes several pages worth, and then save the individual audio segments as individual files. For example, I might speak the numbers 1 through 100, pausing just a second in between, the "cut" that one recording up into a hundred individual wave files for the telephone system to use. Adobe Audition (PC) makes this easy in one of two ways. First, I can simply drag-highlight each audio segment and hit a function key to create a marker. After I'm done creating all markers, Audition will batch export all my markers into separate files. The second method involves a drag-highlight of a segment, right-clicking and choosing "save selection". I have Logic Pro, Audacity, and Peak LE, and so far none of these programs offer a convenient way to cut up an audio file quickly. Can anyone suggest a Mac editor that would do this? Thanks very much for your input!