Hello all. I’ve been recently been dropped into the position of being my companies audio engineer. I have nearly zero training in the field, so I thought I’d ask some advice from those of you with the experience. Primarily we will be recording vocal work for use online in flash projects. Until recently I was capturing sound using a desktop mic and a sound blaster using audacity, obviously not a very good setup. But now I have an M-Box with Protools LE, a couple Sure SM58 mics with stands and pop guards, and we have put in an order for a sound sucker 4x6 sound booth. I think we’re on the right path to a modest recording capability. Currently I am in the mind of using pro tools to record, and sticking with audacity for my editing, since I’m more familiar with it. I might switch to protools as my primary editor as I grow more familiar with it, but it’s my understanding that once I get the nice clean source audio from protools editing it in something else shouldn’t be inherently degrading to the quality. So, I guess my question is, what advice would an experienced audio engineer recording pro give some one in my position with my equipment? I can get budget to buy more equipment if it will make a significant difference in the capabilities we have. Thanks for your time and thoughts.