Hello, it might be that this forum is probably a bit too professional for me to be here, but I couldn't resist signing in for the question, as I feel like I can be pretty sure that I'll get the answer here, if one exists. I have the problem that my older tower PC broke down a while ago, which I still used for audio recordings in Audacity. That means I can only record my e-piano with my laptop now, which, despite being a quite satisfying multimedia notebook otherwise, doesn't have an audio-in slot. Of course I could just make the connection with the existent microphone slot instead, but the quality on that is naturally poor, and not at all what the instrument originally sounded like. So I wonder if there is some way, whatever nature it might be, to improve on these limited conditions, without me buying an extremly cheap tower PC again for the sake of recording alone.duh I don't know anything about the possibilities here (/otherwise, why should I ask to begin with?), but maybe there is some adapter for USB to get an audio-in afterwards, or maybe you can change what these 3.5mm slots represent afterwards (replacing the microphone with audio-in maybe?), or there is a way to run it over USB entirely without quality loss somehow. ..I am just playing through some desperate ideas - I recognize they sound unlikely. Whatever you have or know to improve on the bad recordings would help me.