Hi, It was someone else who created the goldwave tutorial, not me, and unfortunately I haven't created an audio tutorial for audacity. I know of one such tutorial, but it's for the 1.2.6 version of audacity, so isn't really relevant any more. This is the multichannel recording page on audacity's wiki: http://wiki.audacityteam.org/wiki/Multichannel_Recording and the page contains a list of devices which are known to work with Audacity. It's not an area that know anything about, but Gale, who's also on this list does, and so may be able to offer advice on choosing a device depending on what your precise needs are. best wishes, David. ________________________________ From: G.Braille <g.braille@xxxxxxxxxxxx> To: audacity4blind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Mon, 7 March, 2011 15:16:51 Subject: [audacity4blind] thanks and question Dear David, Greeting! In the first, I would like to thank you for the GoldWave audio tutorial you have made few years before. I have benefited from that stapes by stapes guide and I was able to manage GW well. Indeed, in GW, we are able to record left&right channel only. However, if I am not mistaken, I heard that, with Audacity, there is a possibility to record multi channel track. Now my question is: if multi channel track is possible to record, with Audacity, how is that works? what hardware and software do I need? Secondly, is there jaws script for Audacity? I know there is jaws script for GW. Finally, Dave, have you made audio tutorial for Audacity as well? Cheers!