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Rich GoodwinLeft Channel drops out Right Channel fine
by on May 15, 2005 at 1:39:17 pm

I'm mixing a voice over where in the stereo track, the left channel drops out and the right channel is fine. I'm looking to find a way to "fill the left channel" with the right channel and duplicate that. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

Rich


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willie tothRe: Left Channel drops out Right Channel fine
by on May 16, 2005 at 4:00:38 pm

Rich,

On the session side RIGHT CLICK on the tack below your track and do a MIXDOWN ALL TRACKS STEREO ... Now bring the mixdown into the EDIT side click on the bad track and highligh it ... MAKE SURE THAT THE GOOD TRACK IS NOT SELECTED you do this by clicking on the top of the track, you know you are right because the right track will be dark ... RIGHT CLICK on the bad track and then CUT ... Now go to EFFECTS>AMPLITUDE>CHANNEL MIXER>SWAP CHANNELS ... Now go back to the session side and bring in the oringinal tack and cut the left track out ... Take it back into the session side ... Just a note here proper set up of tracks is the left track on top and the right on the bottom, once this is done pan the bottom one 50 and the top -50 ... Do a mixdown by going to EDIT>MIXDOWN ALL TRACKS STEREO ... Now go to the channel mixer again but this time use the WIDE or WIDER STEREO FIELD function ... You can experiment with the settings and see which one gives you a better stereo field ...
WILLIE


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Rich GoodwinRe: Left Channel drops out Right Channel fine
by on May 17, 2005 at 1:57:50 pm

Thanks Willie. It worked out great.

Rich


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willie tothRe: Left Channel drops out Right Channel fine
by on May 17, 2005 at 2:28:07 pm

Rich,

Glad I could help ....... WILLIE


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willie tothRe: Left Channel drops out Right Channel fine
by on May 16, 2005 at 4:01:16 pm

Rich,

On the session side RIGHT CLICK on the tack below your track and do a MIXDOWN ALL TRACKS STEREO ... Now bring the mixdown into the EDIT side click on the bad track and highligh it ... MAKE SURE THAT THE GOOD TRACK IS NOT SELECTED you do this by clicking on the top of the track, you know you are right because the right track will be dark ... RIGHT CLICK on the bad track and then CUT ... Now go to EFFECTS>AMPLITUDE>CHANNEL MIXER>SWAP CHANNELS ... Now go back to the session side and bring in the oringinal tack and cut the left track out ... Take it back into the session side ... Just a note here proper set up of tracks is the left track on top and the right on the bottom, once this is done pan the bottom one 50 and the top -50 ... Do a mixdown by going to EDIT>MIXDOWN ALL TRACKS STEREO ... Now go to the channel mixer again but this time use the WIDE or WIDER STEREO FIELD function ... You can experiment with the settings and see which one gives you a better stereo field ...
WILLIE


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Leor BrenmanRe: Left Channel drops out Right Channel fine
by on Jun 10, 2005 at 1:02:39 pm

Just FYI. You can do this easily in Premier. Premier Audio Effects has filters for swapping audio channels (L/R), replacing channels (L/R), ....


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