Currently my band mics everybody up--actually keys and bass go direct--and we record everyone separately on a Zoom R24 unit. I take the memory card out at the end of practice and when I get home I throw the individual tracks down on Cubase and send everyone a rough mix. If it's a particularly decent performance, I'll spend more time on it, and if I really like it I've found I can polish it up pretty well. We are going to get another Zoom because they are pretty cheap, easy to operate, sound good and if we chain two together we can now have 16 tracks to work with. Along with another vocal and 4 more drum tracks, I want to run a separate track--in addition to my mic'd cab--that I can use after the fact in case I want to play around with reamping and doubling my own guitar track. Maybe even do the same with the bass signal. Now I figure I'll need some sort of DI box--what else? Thoughts? Am I way off base thinking that this can be done easily?