Hi everyone. I'm brand new to the forums and after finding so much useful info here, figured I would register! I have a question that I'm hoping some of you can maybe answer for me. I'm thinking of buying an Apogee Duet 2. It's perfect for what I need. Just one or two mics will be awesome. But I do use MIDI a lot. Often it's just easier to deal with than setting up mics on a piano, making sure the piano is in tune, hoping I get a good stereo recording, etc. Plus Logic has some rockin' piano samples that have served me well. My question. Can I hook up the Duet 2 to my computer with two singers/two mics AND use the cheap USB-MIDI dongle I have for my Yamaha keyboard and record it all into Logic at the same time? Will there by any latency issues with the mics and the USB-MIDI? I looked at the REM Babyface, and like the fact that it has MIDI, but is it necessary for my scenario? Would that MIDI transfer be any better than my $15 connector? There's no A/D conversion with MIDI, just 0-127, right? And if just using the Duet 2 in conjunction with my USB-MIDI connector with my keyboard, how could I feed the keyboard sounds into the singers' headsets? The duet 2 has outputs for both the XLR mic inputs, so each singer get's headphones, right? But would that work with playing the keyboard at the same time? My scenario would be me playing the keyboard accompanying the two singers and having everyone hear each other and the keyboard (which would be running through logic using a piano sample). And record everything into three separate Logic tracks (MIDI, Singer 1, Singer 2), all in real time without having to lay down the keyboard track first (which I find hard because there's no singer to follow!). Any ideas with this would be great! Thanks!