#1
ok so,every time me and my band burn a track on to a cd or put the mp3 onto our players we can only here out the left side,help would be appreciated
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#2
-Change pan with audacity or any other software...
-You maybe have forget to choose Dual Speaker or something like that... (mono, stereo etc...) try some of those...
#3
ok,well weve been using cubeace whicn is alot better than adaucity,well i tihnk so atleast
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#4
with Cubase make sure your pan is correct and you have it stereo enabled
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with Cubase make sure your pan is correct and you have it stereo enabled



tried it
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#6
If it's only coming out the left, you have not got it set to stereo properly and have instead got everything coming through the left channel in mono. True mono would be the same coming out both (or however many) speakers, whereas you simply have mono coming through the left channel.

Somewhere along the line, you're sending the entire mix to the left channel. That's as much as I can help without physically watching every step you go through to get the copy.
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