[Ardour-Users] 4-channel stereo

Alex Rodriguez Lopez aliksandr at gmail.com
Sat May 21 03:15:42 PDT 2016

The way I do it, I split them before hand using sox (very handy command
line utility), so then you would have 4mono files you can use one per
channel in ardour. Its even fairly easy to write a script that will split
to mono all files of a certain extension in a folder using Sox.
El 21/05/2016 11:59, "Gunter Königsmann" <gunter at peterpall.de> escribió:

> Dear all,
> I think the answer is obvious. But when I have a digital recorder that
> records 4.0-surround recordings into 2 separate stereo wav files with 2
> channels each - is there a way to import them as a 4-channel recording
> into ardour again?
> I know I can import them as "1 track per channel" and how to make a
> 4-track session. And I can then assign the tracks to speakers using the
> fader. But there has to be an easier way.
> Could anybody give me a hand?
> Thanks a lot,
> and kind regards,
>  Gunter.
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