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    I tried that once with a SB Card and Gina. Although it did record the tracks, they were not sync'd together. One set of audio tracks was dragging (or delayed) behind the other set.

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    2. Can you install two full-duplex soundcards and record four tracks at once using cakewalk pro audio8? I know the inputs aren't the best, but just wondering.

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    I haven't tried it myself, but i don't see why not. I have a 2044 and a SB 16 (i do not use this to record) and if i leave both drivers installed cakewalk give me a choice to mix and match my input sources.

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    It won't work, but it's not Cakewalk's fault. The two sound cards have independent clocks and unless one has a hardware sync input and the other a sync output, no program in the world can keep them together.

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