So my band has decided to record some acoustic songs and we have some equipment at our disposal to do it with. We gave it a run last night but I had a couple questions to improve it. We have a pretty basic PA system: Yamaha MG166CX into two EV ZLX112P's. I also had a spare Alesis Multimix 8 USB 2.0 FX hanging around that my singer and I wanted to use for when we do acoustic gigs (just he and I). The Alesis has a direct USB line to hook directly up to a computer so I used my '14 Macbook Pro and ran it into Garageband to record. It worked fine and the results were as good as I would have expected for our first go-around. One question I have though about the Alesis mixer is if it's possible to output each channel into Garageband and have them be on separate tracks? We had my singer into input 1 and my guitar into input 2 on the mixer, and they were combined into 1 track in Garageband when recording. We set the levels on the mixer so they sounded ok when recording, but ideally we would have each of us on our own tracks in Garageband so we can duplicate tracks afterwards and play with effects etc.. I have been having a hard time finding specific info on this online and I am still a newb somewhat when it comes to these interfaces. I would like to avoid having to buy any more equipment right now if possible. I know we can obviously do it one track at a time but we are just looking to capture quick songs at practice etc. without a whole lot of fuss.