Hi all, thanks for your advice, I’ll give it a try later today.
On 20 Aug 2020, at 1:23 am, Andrew Downie <access_tech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Unless I have overlooked something, you will have to split the track and then
pan each of the new tracks to taste. Fortunately, both easily achieved.
Press the application key or shift+f10 if you do not have one.
Arrow up to Split Stereo Track or perhaps Split Stereo Track to Mono. The
difference is that splitting stereo will retain existing pan values while
splitting to mono will put both tracks in the centre.
To pan the tracks either use shift+p or shift8+alt+left or right arrows. If
using shift8+p enter a value between minus 1 and 1, zero being centre. If
using the arrow keys you can adjust while playing. And yes, that scale is
If you wish you can then convert the two mono tracks back to one stereo track.
Make sure both tracks are selected and that you are on the first of them. Use
the Application key and arrow to Make Stereo.
Give a shout if any issues.
From: audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <audacity4blind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Behalf Of Brian
Sent: Wednesday, 19 August 2020 9:15 PM
Subject: [audacity4blind] splitting channels etc
Hi all, I have an mp3 file, originally saved from a video. I would like to
widen the pan of the stereo channels. Is this possible? Would I have to split
the channels to separate tracks, if so how? Or, is there a way of editing
individual channels. For example, if I wanted the left channel to be moved more
to the left. First of time of working with stereo editing.
Many thanks in hope,
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