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I'm basically going to be streaming what comes through the TV through a pinnacle capture card, what comes from skype, and then what comes from my microphone and I need these three audio tracks to be combined into one to stream online.

However, I want to do this as cheap as possible, is there any free software to accomplish this task?

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Have you tried audacity?
Its free and I suppose it can do what you desire..
Check this out : http://www.ehow.com/how_8494183_put-two-tracks-together-audacity.html

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