There's got to be a better way to record your OWN (music you and you alone write and play) stuff. I just got my digital audio set up going (sounds great), and I was mic'ing my classical guitar with just an sm57 (till I do my mic shoot out and get a good large diaphragm condenser), and I noticed that I was picking up all this crazy noise from my computer (even though it's not that loud). So I moved away from the computer and readjusted everything until recording conditions were optimal. This made everything very inconvenient though. I had to be like 20 feet from my computer in another room through a hallway (just in my apartment). So I'd have to press record on my computer, then walk into the other room. Then I'd have to try different mic positions, and remember what sequence they went in, then I walked back to my computer and listened, then I went back to where I was mic'ing my guitar and set up the mic in the best position for the room/guitar/song. Then I was ready to record. I press record and walk into the other room. I start to play and then when I'm done I come back and listen. Then I realize that if I screw up something in my playing, or hit the mic by accident or something, either I have to edit it out, or I have to play it over again and so forth (not that it's out of the ordinary, but with the walking back and forth and the time consumption and all, it's hard for me to have my head in the MUSIC that I'm PLAYING as a MUSICIAN while I'm doing all this RECORDING stuff at the same time). I know that I should probably have some one else there to help me, but that's inconvenient most times, and I like to work alone more. Are there any tips you guys can offer that would make the ONE person recording process a little less tedious? As always, thanks a lot.