Hey guys. I hope this is the right spot for this. So, Me and a couple friends are working on a band we have a few songs written for, and our lineup (even live) would be this. Guitarist Guitarist Bass Vocalist Laptop The laptop will be running programmed drums, keyboards and other samples from FL Studio. Live, This is an issue, because sending all of these things down to one channel of the venue mixer results in a poorly mixed sound, or 30 minutes of minutely adjusting my FL studio files for each venue we go to. What I'm looking for, is a way to get those channels in FL studio, split onto seperate mixer channels in the venue. Only way I could think of doing this is with my own mixer on stage, sending the channels to the venue mixer. The only device I've found that might do what i need is the M-Audio NRV-10 (On musiciansfriend), I could run the samples into it over firewire and send the Effects-out of each channel to the main mixer over 1/4" cables... Does anyone have any better ideas on how to do this? Specific equipment I might need? Price isn't an issue within reason (I'm not putting $10K into this, haha) I have a diagram of what I need if I'm not explaining things well enough. Thanks for your time guys. Edit: Clarifying what will be going down the seperate channels, numbered by channel. With a little creativity I could cut this down to six or five. 1)Bass kick 2)Snare 3)Hats 4)Cymbals 5)Movie sound clips/voice samples 6)Bass drops (pitched down 808 sample/Sine wave going from 40Hz to 0hz) 7)Synth leads 8)Synth strings/pads/textures.