I had been using my Zoom H4N as my primary recording interface for personal bass tracking since 2009. It got the job done all that time, but minor annoyances with the unit finally got to me last month when I decided to pick up a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2. Since starting to use the Scarlett, I’ve really come to appreciate the convenience factor of a well-thought-out interface, and while I can’t tell with certainty that the preamp is that much better than the H4n (I suspect it might be), I’ve really been enjoying how easy levels are to dial in. So with all that being said, I’m still running it with an up-to-date version of Audacity. If all that I want to do is bass tracking, is there anything that I’m really missing by sticking with Audacity vs. other DAWs? Given how much easier I’m finding things are now using the Scarlett vs. the H4N, I’m kind of wondering if there might be similar efficiencies or improvements in quality if I also switch DAWs. What do you think – given that I’m not interested in VSTs/other plugins, is there a good reason for me to switch? As it stands my tracks get handed off to our recording engineer/drummer who imports them into Logic and then can do whatever he wants with them there. Things I primarily care about: - Low latency/lag - Transparency/fidelity - ...I think that's really about it Any and all recommendations and tips are welcome, if you’re willing to share!