Hello! I am in the process of planning out a small home studio. First, let me give some background info...I do a lot of live audio engineering, FOH, and monitors, however not a whole lot of recording. In a few weeks a good friend of mine is visiting and we are planning on putting two/three songs together for a demo. We don't really have the money nor are we prepared to spend time in a pro studio, since they will charge by the hour and we'll be rushed. So, I thought I would take a stab at doing something that I've wanted to do for awhile, setting up a home studio. The requirements aren't hefty. We want to put out a warm, full sound and will most likely be recording no more than two or three instruments/inputs at a time. We will probably do a lot of midi-keys, strings, and ambient. Drums will have to be recorded at a different location, but we should be able to temporarily move the studio to record the drums. We do not have much cash to work with, but I don't want to skimp. I have the freebie programs and Audition 2.0, but am not sure what else we may need to make sure that certain things get mixed in properly. What would you recommend as far as an interface and any other outboard equipment?