#1
Hey guys, I recently recorded some songs, not realizing that it was only working for the left speaker. So if I play it, sound still only comes out of the left speaker. Is there any way (maybe a certain software?) that I could change it to stereo?
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Er, look for something that pans the sound otherwise. Most recording stuff has it as far as i know.
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It's fairly simple. All you have to do is duplicate the audio on the right channel. Audacity can do this, I believe.

It won't actually be stereo though, just duplicate mono...
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It's fairly simple. All you have to do is duplicate the audio on the right channel. Audacity can do this, I believe.

It won't actually be stereo though, just duplicate mono...
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Nevermind, guys. Just realized Audicity is free. Thanx!
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oh yeah, and unless you use stereo effects in the amp, then record in mono then mix to stereo.
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oh yeah, and unless you use stereo effects in the amp, then record in mono then mix to stereo.


+1 billion

Don't record in stereo unless your source is stereo(guitars are mono, unless you have a stereo effects processor)

Lil tip for ya:
Clone your rhythm track and pan one copy all the way left and the other all the way right.

Leave your lead in the middle or pan it slightly to one side