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Old 10-06-2003, 03:41 AM
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Default bouncing 2 mono tracks not hard left/right for cd

hi all!!!

i had create 2 normal mono files without the pan hard left/right, and bounced it to disk as a stereo
file!

now the files a not 100% true stereo, but i dumped the original sessen with the audio files.

there is a possibility to import the bounced stereo file again, and pro tools split the file.

now i can set the pan hard left/right and make another real true stereo bounce.

my following question? can pro tools divide the first bounce, where the pan is on both channels
in middle position????

thanks miek
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