Ok…admittedly I am a rank recording beginner, and need some direction with a hardware / software compatibility issue. I play in a little local band and we do some home studio recording on a M-Audio Delta 1010 using Cool Edit Pro 2. This is great for the band but I want to have “noodling” capability and a song development tool in my house. For simplicity’s sake I’d like to use M-Audio’s lower end version of the Delta 1010, which is the “M-Audio Duo” USB Audio Interface, and use Cool Edit in conjunction with it. In doing some research I found that it has a good pre-amp and lots of nice features but it doesn't allow you to monitor your recording inputs through Cakewalk Pro, Sonar or more importantly Cool Edit Pro. I called M-Audio and a guy there told me that I couldn’t overdub (and actually hear the input signal) because Cool Edit Pro uses MME Drivers. He suggested that I change to Cubase or something similar which uses ASIO Drivers (by the way I’m on an IBM Thinkpad with Windows 2000 Pro). So does anyone know of a non-getto way of getting around this, sticking with Cool Edit? All I want to do is to record, then overdub, and hear the recorded playback simultaneously with what I’m recording. I have yet to figure out if there areplug-insfor Cool Edit Pro adjusting to ASIO drivers, and if this is available would that cause latency issues?