I have a Roland FP-7F. I sing and play piano (think Piano Man) and want to start recording. I have a MacBook Pro as well as a Focusrite audio interface. My mic is all set up with the interface so no issues there. My question concerns the best option for recording my piano sound into GarageBand (through the audio interface). The back of my Roland has the MIDI connection options. But I read elsewhere on here that using MIDI cables diminishes the quality of the sound my rather fancy Roland has to offer. I've never used MIDI and never recorded piano so I don't know. What I want to do is record piano audio tracks on GarageBand, then layer my voice over it on separate tracks. Would it be better then, to connect my Roland to the audio interface using a 1/4 inch audio cord? If so, what should be on the other end? That is, is it (a) just a M-M audio cord; (b) a M audio to MIDI cord; or (c) some other cord? I suppose another option is just to connect my Roland directly to my MacBook Pro with a USB cable or something, but then I'm not going through the audio interface. Any help would be greatly appreciated.