Hi guys, Any comment on this would be helpful. I am using the Audio File Editor in Logic Pro X to identify (and then reduce the gain of) squeaks in an acoustic guitar. By the time you have zoomed in close enough to the squeak, its mighty difficult to actually identify the start and end points of the squeak, as the waveform visually has no distinguishing features from the rest of the audio, (unlike many clicks or pops which are obvious). So I thought to scrub! However, when you scrub, the audio is pitch shifted (downwards) unless you scrub extremely fast, but then again you can't identify the squeak if you go too fast. In short, scrubbing the squeak produces a low pitched very soft sound that is no help. Any clues or advice would be welcome. What I need is a scrub that plays sound at the original volume and frequency. Interestingly, (at risk of being burnt at the stake!) the scrub feature of my 8 year old Roland VSR-880 hard disc recorder is easier in some ways, BUT not fine enough for very short edits!! But I think I just am not doing it properly in Pro X.