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if you're recording using a microphone, and at the same time that you are recording have the other track playing from speakers, the microphone could be picking up the sound from the speakers and causeing the bleed.
if that is the case then you could either mute all the other tracks whilst you are recording or use headphones instead of speakers.
i cant think of any way a computer program would internally bleed between tracks its all 1's and 0's afterall.
i only use a freebee version - plasma express, so i guess there could be some funny option or other in your more advanced version that u can turn on to allow bleed, though i doubt it, if there is it would probably be documented in the help file.
hope that helps
an easier way than moving all you equipment around (if you have an electric guitar would be to plug your guitar into you sound card, eliminating the microphone, if you still get bleed then its not the microphone and headphones causing the problem.
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I do believe what the problem is, is you have the source set to "what you hear" open up the creative labs mixer and set the source to "mic".