#1
Hey guys. The current system with which I record is only letting me record into the left speaker. I was wondering if there is a way to duplicate what's in the left speaker and put it in the right one. I've got Ableton and a palette of audio editing programs, so let me know if you know of a way to do this.

Thanks in advance.
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#2
Are you recording mono tracks and panning them to center? And have you switched the connections between the speakers to see if it's the speaker's or cable's fault?
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#3
No, it's just that my interface has two channels, one of which records into the left speaker, and another that goes into the right. My mics/guitars/amps/etc only have one out, so I can't go into both. The only thing I have that has a left and right out is my old digitech RP300, I could try that.
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#4
Hmm...even if you use one input at a time, if properly mixed in Ableton, the interface should output out of both speakers.

What interface do you have exactly? And if it has a headphone output, does this phenomenon still happen?
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#5
You should record to a MONO track and choose only one input for recording. What I think you're doing is that you're recording to a stereo track with two inputs but have the signal going to just one input and thus you hear the audio from just one speaker.
#6
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You should record to a MONO track and choose only one input for recording. What I think you're doing is that you're recording to a stereo track with two inputs but have the signal going to just one input and thus you hear the audio from just one speaker.

I think this may be the case. I'm going to work on it. Thx all for the help.
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