That's no use if you want to do a decent recording for any practical purposes. Kit like that is only good so you can get a rough idea of what your practices sound like.

If you want to do a decent quality recording of yourselves you'll need proper recording kit, either a multitracker or an interface to allow you to hook up to your PC. Both provide similar capabilities, PC recording is more flexible but multitrackers tend to be easier to use.
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well im not going for grreat quality...as long as its audible that would be fine....i hardcore style music i like shitty recordings lol