I've never done this before but, I have a Nano Piano hooked up via Midi and it has analog outputs on the back. I have the analog outputs coming in via the hardware aux line 3, which is a stereo in on the M-Audio omni studio. The nano plays fine in logic and I can change the presets, but I can't get the analog audio (that I'm hearing) to go to logic's output channel for a bounce. As a matter of fact, If I set up an audio track with a stereo Input #3 nothing comes in to the track, but I can hear the audio out my monitors fine. The virtual instruments in logic seem to already be wired to the outputs in logic. Regardless of the fact that they're none destructive, they still bounce down fine. I don't understand why I'm not able to bring the analog output from the NanoPiano into logic via an audio track. The analog outs on the NanoPiano are coming into the computer via the hardware AUX #3. And I'm hearing the output signal fine in logic when I play notes. It will even play back. Just not bounce. I get a blank wav file output with not audio stream.