I'm currently useing a boss br1600 cd for recording . I'm not happy with the finished product . It sounds good just not quite good enough . I was thinking about getting a roland vs2480 then I started researching different ways to record and most people that get the kind of results I want use a computer . Even if they record it on a roland most of them drop it into the computer to polish it up . So I started researching computer recording .Pro tools is haled as the industry standard and it can be had at a very affordable price . I know there are LOTS of options in softwear and hardwear . However Everything I read says pro tools is user friendly so I figure why not get the industry standard rather than get somethng that may not do what I want . So I was wondering what the learning curve is like . I'm not afraid of putting some time in it . I just don't want to spend the next year trying to learn to use my new recording setup . Any input is appreciated .