(I'm new to the forum and new to recording in general, so I apologize in advance if I ask some dumb/nonsensical questions or use incorrect terminology) Background: I've been a guitar/ukulele player for 6 years, and recently got a keyboard (Yamaha PSR E423) as a Christmas gift and wanted to start composing more elaborate pieces using a keyboard, mic, and computer software. My goal was to be able to record everything (guitar/uke, vocals, keyboard) onto my PC in one program and start composing for fun. I ended up getting a mic and recording box (that came with software) for my birthday but after tinkering quite a bit, I'm worried that there is no way to use them together to record, at least with the software that came with the recording system. I'm hoping someone might be able to offer some advice as to the cheapest way to salvage my current equipment to work more holistically, whether that's new software or maybe something I overlooked using my current setup, which is: Keyboard: Yamaha PSR E423 which only has USB output, no midi Mic: Shure PG48 analog PreSonus Audiobox USB (has two analog inputs for my mic and guitar, then midi in/out, speaker/phones hookup, and connects to my PC via USB) Software: "Studio One 2" (came with my Audiobox) Unfortunately I was under the impression that my keyboard had a midi out port, which would have allowed me to have my keyboard, mic, and guitar all hooked up to the Audiobox so I would have everything I needed to easily record with the included software. I was mistaken, and I've been trying to find a way to get the program to recognize my keyboard to no avail. I do not think the software is meant to interface with anything other than the Audiobox itself, or at least I've not been able to find a way and there is no mention of being able to use a USB keyboard with it in the manual. That said, my hope is that there's some other (hopefully decent) software I could get that would interface with the audiobox *and* my other USB ports, since the alternative would be trying to replace either the audiobox or keyboard, neither of which I can still return. I do not care whether or not the software is "professional" quality, as I am just in it for enjoyment and as a creative outlet. If anyone has any advice on the best way to go from here, I would really appreciate it. Keep in mind my budget is pretty limited, otherwise I would just try to replace the keyboard or the audiobox. I am willing to consider that as a last resort but I'm really hoping there is another way. It would also be helpful to hear opinions on what you'd recommend to someone like me if you were starting from scratch and had a few hundred dollars to work with i.e. is using something like the presonus audiobox with a relatively cheap midi keyboard best, or simply trying to go all-in on USB connections (one for guitar, mic, and keyboard)? Thanks!