Just wanted to add a few things.
In Logic 8, once you have saved a project, Logic defaults to saving recorded audio into the folder *your project name*/Audio
So, you don't need to worry about that.
Recording audio into Logic just needs a few steps:
- Connect your mix into the input of your audio interface.
- Connect your interface to your Mac
- select it, if need (as mtec described) in Logic.
- Turn on the phantom power on your interface.
- Click on the "R" (record enable) on the audio track header or it's corresponding channel strip.
- check the levels by speaking/singing into the mic.
- Place the playhead where you wish to begin recording. Press the Record button in the Transport to begin recording.
*If you want to adjust settings relating to the metronome and a "count-in", choose:
File > project settings > Recording &
File > project settings > Metronome
If you haven't already got it, check out the Logic 8: Core Logic 101 tutorial:
It'll get you up to speed with this and show you how to take advantage of many of Logic's recording and editing features. e.g. Take folders, Punch in recording, etc...