I want to record some of my songs using only my ukulele and voice. I am undecided on if I should track them separately or at the same time. My musical ability would be better suited to tracking, but I would like to be able to perform them live one day so it would be good if I used this to force myself learn to play and sing at the same time. Different parts of the songs have picked and strummed parts, and the volume difference is something to consider. My signal chain is very budget, but I don't want my recording techniques to be. Here is my signal chain: mics (more on them next) behringer mixer (yeah i know) seasound soloist AD/DA sonar 7 mics: AT2020, 2 cheap Nady SDC's, 4 cheap Nady dynamics, part of a drum package (one of them is large for bass drums and such) How should I mic my voice and the uke if I track separately, or how if I were to track it 'live'? It is important to note that I can only have 2 tracks go into the computer at a time, due to the limitations of the soloist. Once I get the tracks in the box, how would you pan, eq, and apply other FX? The vibe I am going for is similar to Iz's "Over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World" and any of John Frusciante's album "Curtains" with a touch of Jack Johnson thrown in there. Also, I am also a fan of "I'm Yours" by Jason Mraz. Thanks for any help!