Hello all. Kyle Vegas here. Brand new to your community and hoping to expand my knowledge over time. I found your forum by searching the very question I'm about to ask, which was asked elsewhere but I wasn't very clear on the results of the discussion. I'll double this question as an intro to my experience with audio and what I'm working on at the moment. First of all, it's a safe bet to say I'm an a/v noob by your standards so if I seem ignorant on things, I apologize. I've done allot with audio as far as editting, restoration and such in programs like Sound Forge, Goldwave and Adobe Audition. I even learned Ozone over the years to remaster some old music that was "acquired" from the World Wrestling Federation way back in the day. Cassette tapes of unreleased entrance themes. I say "acquired" because we were never quite certain how they left the hands of WWF but that's another story. Bottom line is, I have no clue as to the mathematics of anything. I use my ears and I watch meters and beyond that, "I'm all like duh". It's worked for me so far. Now, I'm pursuing a life long dream of an amateur (and budget so low it barely exists) TV show thanks to a modern day service called YouTube which will allow me to broadcast my immature hi-jynx for all my friends to giggle at. The project is so under-funded that the budget will likely be the butt of allot of the humor and I'm almost ashamed to discuss it in serious context. But I'll cut to the chase on our starting setup. I'm not sure if we can afford even a cheap mixer during our first couple months, which means using the laptop to record the audio. I refuse camcorder audio for obvious reasons. My current plan sees me using a Samson Go Mic (USB) and my assistant with a headset that connects into the mic jack. What I need to know is if there is a practical way of recording from both mics at once, one on each track, via a multi-track software environment and if so how? I opened Adobe Audition about an hour ago to discover that I was limited to having one device at a time selected. So... is there a solution for this? Or am I forced to rethink my strategy here?