More specifically... one keyboard runs to a PC so I can record tracks with MIDI (using Cakewalk) and then let the PC play those tracks back as a rythmn section (which is cool because then you can quantize, cut and paste, ect). I use the second keyboard for lead tracks (recorded as wav) so there's a live feel to the recording. After everything's recorded, I run the MIDI keyboard and the PC out to a second PC to mix down (using Sound Forge). I usually add EQ and mix the tune, panic that the mix is too drum heavy, remix it, panic that the lead is now too loud, remix it, start wondering if I should redo half the mix, and ultimately end up sitting in a corner weeping softly and playing with my toes.
Glad you liked the album!