I'm new looking for multitrack recording software, free from windows and microsoft. needs to work with USB.
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I use Audacity to record podcasts for HPR. It's a nice job of work, but uses a lot of RAM; save early and often.
You can find some very nice Audacity tutorials on YouTube, if you can work your way past the movie trailers and cat videos. Audacity works the same way on all platforms, so a tutorial for Audacity on Windows also applies to Audacity on Linux.
You might also check out Slackermedia. The site is oriented towards Slackware, but what it has to say about media creation and editing programs is cross-platform.