Just wanted anyone who uses DAW software (Garageband, Ableton etc.) to know that the audio plugin company Soundtoys is doing something great for charity this year: http://www.soundtoys.com/moas/ Each week they will be offering a different one of the "little" versions of their plugins for any amount of money you want to pay. All of the money you pay will go to the Migrant Offshore Aid Station charity. The "little" plugins are usually $79. Anyone who knows about digital audio knows that Soundtoys are considered as being at the top of the industry in terms of quality. This week is their mini version of the Eventide H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer hardware unit, that thickened up many famous vocal parts through the late 80's and the 90's. I paid the price of a lifejacket for mine, and it does sound really good. I have nothing to do with the company, but I thought it was such a cool idea that I wanted to spread the word. It's got me thinking about similar ways in which I could sell 3D content online for charity, and hopefully it might inspire others. It just shows that you can always find ways to make a difference.