Hey folks. I'm having a lot of trouble learning how to record using the aforementioned equpiment/DAW. All I'm trying to do, is do interviews, later to edit in music and other audio. I can hear through my headphone monitor that the Audiobox44 is sending the microphone signal through the device, as I can hear very clearly though my headphones. However, when I try to record, the playback is what I would describe as choppy/robotic and very quiet. I'm having problems navigating StudioOne's interface and am having a lot of trouble figuring out what's going on. I had a good friend of mine take a look and see if he could figure it out, as he's familiar with Fruity Loops and he didn't have success. He suggested trying a different DAW that is more user friendly for someone who is not an audio professional that would be easier to navigate. Studio One just has far too many frills that I don't need that complicate what I'm trying to accomplish. Does anyone have any recommendations for a DAW that would work for what equipment I have that has a lot of the fat trimmed that I don't need? I honestly just need to be able to do the bare minimum, record interviews, edit in music, and maybe do some minor effects on my voice and/or edit in music under my voice for monologues to introduce the program. Even if it does have a lot of bells and whistles, I would be okay with that if I could easily train myself to use it.