Hey guys, We've been recording songs to put clips together to give to clubs to try and expand our playing area. Usually our drummer does the recordings but he's starting night classes after work and won't have time so I said I wouldn't mind learning to do it. So here's my question. We usually use the mixing board for live and recording purposes. It's a Peavey FX2 16 channel mixer and he usually sends the audio signal via the rec out or saving on a flash drive then transfer to his laptop running audacity. We've tried recording separately and putting everything together but there were latency problems. Recording everything together is better but we apparently cant tweak the sound after recording. So is using the mixer into audacity ok for our needs? Or is using a dedicated audio interface with a program better? I was looking into the presonus studio one interface. My hope is to be able to have separate tracks for each instrument and vocals to better mix and master tracks. I run our sound for live settings, but I'm still new to actually recording. Thanks!!