Hi. I got you a solution. It's messy but it works. I just did this with my Atom. Solution is to add the instrument track (Presence for example). Set the input to your keyboard. Add the audio track, click the input and select instruments, select Presence. Record enable the midi track and turn off monitoring (blue speaker). Now, go to your audio track, click record enable. Enable monitoring on the audio track. DO NOT ENABLE MONITORING ON THE MIDI. If you do this is breaks the routing. (Sorry for the caps but that point is really important;) ).. Now, hit record and do your thing. You should now have two tracks, a midi performance track with pure midi data and an audio track with the output of Presence. You will have to disable recording on both tracks for playback. ##### As I say, messy, but effective. I used Presence/Atom as an example because it was a quick test to confirm the actions. The theory should stand for any "Virtual Instrument" and controller. All it does is take advantage of the back end routing of Studio One. Hope you get the result you are looking for.