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Re: Audition

Subject: Re: Audition
From: "Keith Smith" keithahsmith
Date: Wed Nov 14, 2012 4:42 pm ((PST))
David, it sounds like you have a stereo file with signal on only one side.
I'm not an Audition user, but if that is  the case, I'd guess if you
right-click on the audio clip you'll find an option to 'split' or 'explode'
the stereo file to 2 mono  files. You can then dump the empty one and pan
the other to centre.
If the right click doesn't help, you could search help using those terms or
any synonyms for them you might think of.
It might be worth reviewing the manual for you recorder to see if there's a
better option for recording mono files.

If your file is truly mono, it's time to look for inadvertently set
Audition controls eg, pans or one side muted, etc. or bad cable connections
for that matter. Do the output meters show signal on both sides?

Hope this helps.

On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 3:30 AM, David Darrell-Lambert <
> wrote:

> **
> Question I am using audition with a mono recording made with my sennheise=
> 66. I would like to take my recordings which are currently played on left
> speakers and copy it over so it plays from right afterwards. This so when=
> am talking to an audience both sides can hear my recording.
> David Darrell-Lambert
> Bird Brain UK
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