Hey, I think I might need some help identifying my current recording issue - I'm recording some stuff with an SM58, a steinberg CI-1, and Audacity. I've been playing with this thing for about 2 hours or so, and that said, it worked perfectly fine for most of that time. Keep in mind I'm recording some guitar lines through a small amp. Up until I decided to start recording the leads. With no change in microphone positioning, nor with any change in volume, the recording for the lead tracks has turned into a garbled up, crackly, and reverby mess. At first I figured it might have been the mic, so I took that apart, and everything looked fine (without opening the cartridge mind you), both the cable and the CI1 are brand new, it might be them it might not, and it could also be my PC - it's getting up there in terms of mileage, but it's got a good 2ghz dual core processor, 4 gb of ram, and plenty of hard disk space, I don't think that the soundcard/audio chipset is probably much good though. Is there something here that I am perhaps not considering? A very similar problem occured with the last audio interface that I bought, and ART tube pre, and I figured it was the interface because I had bought it used, but it seems that it may have been the interface. I don't want to be a prude about it, I've got the proper driver for the CI1 installed, and I've done a few google and talkbass searches to no real avail.