Would there be a way to make Handoff/iCould work in such a way that it wouldn't need the original audio source files? It could make purely graphical aliases without actually needing to point to the original files like normal aliases do. I guess you could call them 'X aliases'. Is it theoretically possible to create "temporary aliases" of audio files that can't be heard? An 'X alias' would have to take the original audio file's information and convert it to a visual form (which is what wave forms are anyway) AND ALSO make that data visually malleable and transmutable and then readable by a second computer which has the original audio file and uses that X alias to base the changes of the original audio file on. X aliases = temporary aliases. Could this be done?