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You'll need an interface for your computer. An interface takes your microphone or mixer signal and transfers it via usb or firewire to the computer so the software recognizes the signal. There are many available and most come with software.
Try to find an interface that will include full-version software, not a demo. Some interfaces have issues with Vista, just check with your local store of choice to make sure it will work. One of my favorites is the Tapco Link.USB which includes a full-version of software with a pretty simple interface.
in audio system you have three different levels. 1-mic level which is very small output level. 2-line level(like cd player output)which is higher than above. 3-speaker level is highest one which drive speaker and get sound out from it. if you want to get control for number 1 and 2 you can use very simple sound mixer.(from radio shack-or other electronic store) connect your sound source(mic-cdplayer)to the mixer and get out from mixer to amplifier.