Thanks for the explanation. Please do announce in your version release notes when you achieve this compatibility.
Yes, I am using SpectraLayers as my default editor now. On an older DAW/Windows XP platform I had been using Cool Edit 96 up to Adobe Audition 2.0, so many years back, which had spectral editing, and I have been making do with Audacity on my late-model Mac in the mean time, which is so awkward and rudimentary. I do hope SpectraLayers picks up interest. I remember Melodyne’s humble beginnings, and I was a beta tester for their version 1 back in 2002, that quickly becoming my go-to application for note-based musical editing of audio files. Yet, back then, Melodyne was so obscure that it was as if I had found a hidden treasure. For general purpose audio editing, SpectraLayers should have the potential to become the go-to audio file editor for professionals in the mainstream, and I think that compatibility with all the different DAW platforms is an important goal to achieve.