I believe this is the proper place for this post... So, I've been selling off a lot of unnecessary gear lately, and I think that I'd like to upgrade from the cheap Tascam US-122L interface to a sound board that I can hook into my computer. I just need to be able to record 8 separate tracks at once, mostly for my edrum kit. This question may seem a bit ignorant, but I don't have any experience with recording on a soundboard. If I hook up with USB or firewire from the soundboard into my computer, will a program like Adobe Audition 3.0 recognize all the tracks from the soundboard as separate, assignable channels which I can record on simultaneously? Th S16 Studiomate from Carvin seems to have nice features at a reasonable price: http://www.carvinguitars.com/mixers.php (Sorry, the direct link doesn't work). Or what about this offering from Yamaha: http://www.gigasonic.com/Yamaha-MW10C.html? My only concern with these is that maybe USB won't be fast enough? Any other suggestions are welcome. I'm not looking for fancy or something with amazing features, just something that will give me 8 solid channels that won't fall apart or have other problems. Let's try to stay around $300? Is that reasonable for what I want to do? Thanks and God bless.