[Ardour-Users] Split stereo to mono tracks
gunter at peterpall.de
Wed Dec 20 07:05:54 PST 2017
A Tascam DR100 MK III. It produces recordings with surprisingly low background noise. But a few functions the simple, cheap and noisy Tascam recorders had (4-track recordings and recording to mono, for example, that the DR40 had) it seems to lack. Or I have still to find them. Or they will arrive in a firmware update: Tascam normally is willing to support devices for a long time...
Am 20. Dezember 2017 08:09:04 MEZ schrieb Alf Haakon Pietruszka Lund <alf at mellomrommet.no>:
>On 20. des. 2017 07:57, Gunter Königsmann wrote:
>>> Which version of Ardour? In the import dialog on my setup (5.8), if
>>> I choose 'add file as new track' I can also choose 'one track per
>>> channel' - after which deleting the silent one shouldn't get you in
>>> any trouble.
>> That works. Thanks a lot!
>Glad it does ;-)
>> But as my recorder seems to record only stereo files - and I
>> frequently attach a mono microphone to it... ...do I really have to
>> delete the stereo track and to import it anew as two mono tracks in
>> order to throw away the track that contains only noise?
>That sounds like a very limited recorder - is there really no way to
>make mono recordings?
>I remember using equipment with two inputs where one says L/mono. If
>there is only a stereo input available it should be a softwhere setting
>someware (sic!) to have mono. What kind of recorder is it?
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