I use Sound Forge Pro as the audio editor is various programs since Sound forge Pro 6. It is called from within the program after specifying it's location. In specifically Cakewalk DAW, Sound Forge 13 works as expected. If Sound Forge 13 is already loaded, every time I want to edit a wav file it immediately loads in the program. With Sound Forge Pro 14, if it is already loaded or not, it loads and an additional instance of Sound Forge 14 and will for each subsequent call of the audio editor. Because of the scanning of VSTs etc, this takes quite a bit of time besides the reduction in memory and stops creative flow. I am not using Sound Forge Pro 14 anymore because of behavior. I hope it can be corrected. Are there any work arounds or solutions?