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Edirol r-1 - Two Mics

After reading all the positive comments about the r-1 I am thinking about purchasing one. I will mainly use it for field interviewing and also nature-sound recording.

My question is: During an interview, will I be able to use two microphones (one for the interviewer and one for the interviewee) with the r-1 and have two separate audio tracks which I could then download onto my computer. If I can use two mics, will both be recorded to only one track or two? Thanks.

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