Okay, I have a question. Say you're hooking up a guitar, a keyboard, a base, and some microphones through someone like M-Audio's FireWire 410. Which is plugged into the computer. Which is running Logic Express, which is supposed to be able to record multiple tracks. HOWEVER... For things like the electric keyboard and electric bass, do you need to choose software instruments to hear sound from them? We basically want to hear the sound coming from the amps that the intruments plug in to, the keyboard has organ presets and such, and that's the sound we want to hear. But in Garageband with our Midisport Uno, we hear the sound of the software instruments. How can/Can you even/What can you use to record sounds from electric instruments AHFM. As Heard From Amplifier. The sounds that they make before they're plugged into the computer. Just so you have the full specs... Hardware... Computer: Powerbook G4. 800 mhz. 512 megs of RAM (I think) Interface: Undecided. Would like help on that. Intruments... Yamaha Electric Keyboard. Electric Bass. Electric Guitar. Pearl 5-piece drum kit. Other stuff... Sound mixer... Actually, I'm not quite sure what that thing does. It compresses the sound from the 3 mics hooked up to the drums into one track, but my brother knows the rest of the stuff it does. It's not an interface though. Microphones - 4. Cables. Thanks!