I have a pretty simple set up at home. I use a Zoom H2 to record my wife's vocals, and I'm using Mixcraft as my DAW. I play an acoustic guitar. We have only one mic. The challenge is to be able to get the vocals and guitar into two tracks. How is it normally done? Right now, I have to record them separately, and that's not quite working out because my wife sings better when I play the guitar while she's singing. But I can't do that because the guitar sound would leak into the mic. What I tried to do was create a "ghost track" where we record both at the same time, then I play my guitar while the ghost track is playing (which is a challenge because even minor differences throws me off), and then have listen to the guitar track in headphones and record a singing (which is also a challenge because when I'm playing live with her, I can adjust my guitar rhythm if she goes slows down or speeds up in her rhythm, but with the prerecorded guitar, that's not possible). So I'm not sure what the best way is. I really like the Zoom H2, the sound quality is totally fine for our needs, so I am trying to avoid getting a more sophisticated setup, if at all possible. But I don't mind getting some equipment if that will help us to make this kind of recording easier. Please let me know if you have any suggestions... Thanks!