More a software than a hardware issue, as I recall. Wasn't able to use
two sound devices in Audacity, could do in Adobe Audition, probably can in
the latest Adobe software the name of which escapes me. (I have the last
version of Audition before the name change.)
One work-around that may or may not help, is something called "Virtual
Audio Cable." http://software.muzychenko.net/eng/vac.htm
with it for a while, long ago, but had no practical use for it. But it
should allow you to route things around inside the PC. Offered as an
idea, not an endorsement.
It was 15 Mar 2013, when Nobilis Reed commented:
> Is there a way to record with two USB mics on one computer? We just
> picked up a couple of the fabulously cheap Yeti mics on Woot and I'd
> like to know if there's an easy way to multi-track them on a computer, or
> if I need to do one of the other hacks I have in mind.
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