#1
And I came across this, a new product by Behringer:

http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/options.php?id=69049

I'm wondering whether or not something like this is going to be any good. Behringer seem to have the reputation of being the Skoda of musical equipment...

What i want is to be able to do is import drums, record guitar, bass and vocals, and edit the tracks (like clipping stuff etc) and export them.

I take it that I can do this without having to piss around too much, I can just plug me mic into the interface and record tracks?

Or, with the version of Ableton, do I not have the option to edit tracks.

Cheers for any help or enlightenment.

And how does this fit into the arrangement?

http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/options.php?id=3024
#2
looks good enough to me. If it works better than Maudio's jamlab it would be a pretty good buy. At rougly 120 bucks american, not a bad investment.
#3
ummm if your looking for recordidng and editing programs you can usually find the demo version of cool edit pro but im no expert with all that stuff
#4
Looks good to me, I really dont know cause im not sure i can trust Behringer interfaces yet and Id rather u go for maybe a toneport or m-audio for that kinda money but Im guessing u are gonna get the Ub802 and FCA-202 package? U ask how it fits into the arrangment? The mixer just goes into one of the inputs on the back of the Interface and then u can operate it. U can add more mics and guitars into the mixer and it will run through the interface into the comp thats about it. One thing I see is that the FCA interface does not have its own mic input...which cant be too splendid, this is why i suggest u go with maybe and M-audio fast track or a toneport Ux1, u get the mic input(correct me if there is one on the FCA-202 i just dont see it). But I assume this is y u are getting the mixer package. U can edit tracks with ableton live But im not sure to what extent because I believe it comes with the demo of it but it still works great. All together however I think it would be better to get urself a toneport cause the mixer and everything makes it a whole lot more complicated. The Toneport comes with its own mic input built in and guitar input and so on and even if in the future u wanna add a mixer u can. Its about 130$. It comes with Ableton live also and Gearbox, a bunch of modelled amps and effects. The fasttrack is about the same but without gearbox and is $100. The first picture below shows the back of it, one of those inputs takes in the mixer, the second picture will show u the set up and where to plug things in. Good Luck and hope this helps,

Steve
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#5
For some reason I couldn't get those pics in so here are the sites for them, they are very helpful in setting up ur rig.

The first one just shows the inputs in the back:
http://www.musikmarkthamburg.de/images/Behringer%20Skal%20Kopie.jpg

The Second shows the whole setup with the mixer into the interface into the comp:
http://www.mamut.com/homepages/Norway/1/18/nmd/fca202_illustrasjon_3.jpg
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