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Daniels sez, " . Better yet, in the most ideal situation, you would want to record each band member with a separate recording device so that you could do the mix on your own later and have full control over each voice and instrument." I have reservations about this. Acoustic bleed between recorders ( audio tracks ) will be a problem. No two devices will run at the exact same speed due to minute differences in digital time base. Drifting errors will cause a phasing, " swishing " sound when the tracks are mixed together. The only way to eliminate this effect is to record all live audio tracks to a single recorder such as a MOTU or Metric Halo 8 track ( or more ) computer interface.