Hey guys, My main goal is to cheaply record a demo for my band to distribute to potential venues and recording studios to give them an idea of what we sound like. Right now we are practicing in a decent sized room (14'x16', somewhere around there), and the plan is to record all the instruments in one take. We're not too concerned about crisp quality, we just want to express the ideas of the songs and energy of the band. I've done some preliminary research into possible gear we made need and the Zoom H4N Pro caught my attention. What I'm currently considering is using the main mic as an overhead for the kit and the two XLR outs for the guitar and bass cabs is Vocals are running through 2 PAs and I hoping the overhead can pick that up as well. Does anyone have experience with this sort of situation? Is there a piece of gear better suited for handling this task? Is there a better way to capture what I'm aiming for? Thanks in advance for any help. I tried to include all the information you guys may need to answer my questions, but if I left anything out let me know.