This is home-studio-ish, so I'll ask here. My band and I want to record no-frills demos but don't have the money for a studio, so we'd like to record a session in a practice studio we go to (they don't have a recording choice). So the question is: what's the best way? It's a 17x17 room with good soundproofing and etc; here's there setup for the room from the site: Fender Blues Deluxe Fender DeVille Marshall JCM 800 amp (with 4x12 Celestion cabinet) Gallien-Krueger Goldline 500-watt head (with SVT 8x10 cabinet) DW PDP drums (24, 12, 13, 16; 14 x 6 1/2 snare) Behringer console JBL speakers and monitor It's loud as hell in there. Can we cheaply hook a bunch of lines from the equipment to a laptop usb and record — can one line handle four sets of audio? Or is there a cheap mic we can get, tone down the sensitivity, and have it come out alright? Or anything else you guys can think of. We don't need anything fancy, just a generally clean, unmixed recording.