Over the years I have accumulated the following equipment. Over the years I have used it to create both instrument and instrumental with vocal tracks for my own performance use using a minimum amount of equipment and without paying an arm and a leg. WHAT I HAVE LEARNED TO DO OVER THE YEARS, I'VE TAUGHT MYSELF AND I AM NOT "INDUSTRY TRAINED". I am trying to determine whether the same equipment is enough to produce others while creating a product comparable to industry standards. I currently have: KORG 88 WORKSTATION with the max sample cards installed---YAMAHA MOTIF XS7 with max sample card memory installed------SO I WON'T HAVE TO USE A LABTOP I PURCHASED A TASCAM DIGITAL PORTASTUDIO 01FX WITH COMPACT REWRITABLE DISC----I find labtops very unstable sometimes and the previous equipment can store the information just like a computer can. Since I purchased the KORG and MOTIF which gives me the capability to upload and process everything I HAVE NEGLECTING IN USING THE FOLLOWING ITEMS-- AN M-AUDIO MOBILE PRE, USB PRAMP AUDIO INTERFACE/W PHANTOM POWER AND INFACE MIDI CABLE WIHICH I'VE NEVER USED----AN M-AUDIO TAMPA PREAMP WITH TEMPORAL HARMONIC ALIGNMENT, WHICH I'M NOT EVEN SURE HOW TO USE AND ENHANCE A RECORDING [JUST BEING HONEST]----2 "ROKIT" POWERED AMPS----1 PHANTOM POWERED MIC-----1 DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE MIC----AUXILARY EQUIPMENT INCLUDES --- A SONY CD RECORDER, SMALL MP3 RECORDER, A SMALL POCKET MICRO BR DIGITAL RECORDER which is actually a very flexible device for around $130.00 bucks. So, How do I maximize this equipment to produce for myself as well as others? Also, I realize I will probably need more recording mics but Is there still some equipment I need to purchase?