__________________ Alistair Johnston - TV & Film Post, Mastering, Sound Design
-- "The first principle is that you must not fool yourself -- and you are the easiest person to fool" -- Richard P. Feynman
IMHO the best feature of CurveEQ is EQ-matching. Here's how it works: you load 10-20 seconds of a reference piece of music (it could be anything, it's only used for reference), it analyzes it (don't forget to disengage real-time response or it won't work...) and then it copies the EQ parameters of the source tracks onto your own tracks. Then, of course, you can retouch the curve as you see fit. It works much better than I had imagined.