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Old 06-17-2009, 01:07 AM
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Default Re: Audio editing question

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Originally Posted by Mediocrefunkybeat View Post
Is there a way of creating a mono bus and then adding the signal (at 100%) to that and then panning it to the right? You'll end up with a balanced mono output this way. I've actually faked stereo before doing this by having slightly different reverb levels on each bus. My way of doing it is to set up the single source, send to Aux 1 and 2, then to have no level from the original track. Then I will pan Aux 1 fully left and Aux 2 fully right. Does that make sense?
You're hurting my head man! You are above me in knowledge about audio processing terms. I need info in layman's language. I only began to process audio and video a short while ago. I think that what you are saying is that I will need a program that acts as a mixer. GarageBand is not a true audio mixer. I guess that I need software that acts as a mixer. Is that what you meant?
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