Sorry, I originally posted this in the wrong column... I'm looking at buying a portable recording desk, perhaps the Boss BR900CD, in the near future, but I want to make sure I don't buy the wrong thing and regret it later. I'm looking to buy it mainly for two reasons. The first is to create demos that I can share with the rest of my band. Basically I'm the lead songwriter and I want something quick and easy to put together demos so that we can jam on them later. The second reason is that I want to put together an EP for the band in the near future. I'm not worried about putting together a world class master, just a CD of our best songs so I can get our name out there. I already have recording and mixing equipment on my computer (cubase, reason, as well as an M-Audio Firewire connection) but I find it too cumbersome to create demos in this way, and at the moment we haven't got a reliable way to mix vocals and drums. (Our Bass Player does have a mixing desk, if that helps). What should my next step be? Is the BR900CD a good investment for a rookie like me?