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Old 05-01-2019, 02:36 PM
Cglass1982 Cglass1982 is offline
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Default How to approach mixing stereo tracks

I am quite new to pro tools and I am a bit perplexed about mono tracks and stereo tracks. I know how to split a mono to stereo and how to join two mono tracks to create a stereo, but I am unsure when and why to use a mono track, and when and why to use a stereo track?

I have downloaded some clips from puremix and each drum track (kick, snare, hi hat etc.) is a stereo track, and some of the vocals are stereo tracks?

If anybody can tell me why you would choose to use stereo tracks instead of mono that would be great.

Also, how would you pan these tracks when they are in stereo with two pan knobs?

Thanks in advance
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