I've been reconstructing my media machine lately after having a motherboard failure on my old media PC several years ago. I used to run a program called Wavelab for recording on this PC from my Myteck 24/96 ADC. I loved it. It worked great for me, was versatile, robust, and I never had any problems with it. However, when rebuilding my media PC I decided to go with a modern version of Windows, and loaded Windows 10 x64 on it. So far this OS has worked adequately, with one exception: It will not run my 15 year old Wavelab software no matter what I do. Unfortunately a new copy of Wavelab is $600, so this has made me want to investigate less expensive alternatives to see if it is possible to get something which will work for me which does not involve forking-out the big bucks. So I tried Audacity, since it is free and because it seems to get decent reviews. But so far I hate it. It's buggy and I can't find any way to get it to successfully recognize a source with a resolution beyond 16/44.1 no matter how I set it. Yes I've changed its settings, but when I set it to 24/94, and I send-it a 24/96 source, and then I begin recording, it records, but it still thinks that it is recording at 16/44.1, or perhaps 16/48. So as a result, when I play the file I get everything playing at half-speed as audacity reads this 24/96 file as if it were a 16/44.1 file. I've messed with the settings, but no matter what I try I get this result unless I just feed it with 16/44.1, and then it does OK. But this is not acceptable. Anyways, I'm not impressed at all with Audacity so far, and so I wanted to learn what other software packages people are using out there to digitize with. And I'm curious to know if anyone else is using a professional quality ADC (rather than just a sound-card) to record their LPs with.