And after several hours of frustration... running around the house looking for stuff and looking up various things on the interwebz...
Here's the breakdown:
Torq is being run as a slave via ReWire into FL Studio. Torq runs all of the audio mixing and such. The NS6 controls that, and the Korg Nano Kontrol allows me to make use of additional effects inside of it. From there, all of the audio gets routed through FL Studio.
FL runs additional effect processing, but also allows me to choose how I route my master and cue audio. The cue channels run audio directly back to my headphones and also allow me to route mic audio in if I'd like. The master channel gets run through an additional effect loop (Running Stutter Edit and probably going to play with a couple others here)... and then the audio gets routed through a limiter before getting routed back out the NS6 and off to the speakers.
Oh yeah, almost forgot to talk about the mic. I'll probably invest in some sort of headset soon that has a mic built in... because I'm able to route my mic through effects as well... (Autotune, filters, compressors, etc)... which then also can be routed through the main effect loop.
Basically it's a big monstrous pile of live audio badassery. And yeah, if I get bored I can switch channels and use the keytar to run live synth lines instead of controlling Stutter Edit with it. ;D