Howdy all! I am a novice recording engineer preparing to record a four piece rock/blues band at a small bar. My equiptment so far is:Mackie onyx1620>FW>amd3200 PC with 2gb Ram>Traction 2. The mackie will be used to mix the live sound as well as send all channels to the computer to be recorded. In additon to the instrument channels I would like to add a matrix track to the recording of an "audience mic" from close to the sound board that picks up the acoustic mix from the room. I'm looking for a mic or mics that may only set me back $100-$200, I know thats not much to spend but I figure its better than not having a matrix mix option at all. It would also be nice to have a mic that could serve dual purpose if possible, as in one that I could also make use of in a home-recording situation as well. Ok, so my question is what kind of mics should I be looking at? Can I use a condenser mic like a Perception 200 or AT 2020 to pick up a room sound? Or should I be looking at something like the Crown sound grabber II PZM conderser pair. Is it necessary to have two mics to do the job or will one suffice? I know this is alot of info for me to spew to all of you, but people round these parts sure know their $*^t! Any advice and or comments will be greatley appreciated.