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record multiple audio inputs on PC

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I need a software able to record multiple audio inputs, using a Delta card, PCM format and a Windows XP.
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If you do a search on "multi track recording on pc" you will find there are numerous products,  One I have workes with is CDQ Studio 8 and it does an excellent job of recording and editing.
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My friend uses audacity:  It's free.

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
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