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Old 05-17-2019, 03:27 AM
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Default Creating a Stem as a Single WAV File, NOT FluteR, FluteL

Hello Everyone:

Although I've created stems before, I typically get a series of audio file with names such as FluteR, FluteL, TrumpetR, TrumpetL. I then import these files into a new session of Pro Tools and everything works fine.

However, I now need to created stereo stems. The above example would be shown as Flute (stereo), Trumpet (stereo), etc. I would then import 2 files (Flute, Trumpet) into a new session of Pro Tools.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance,

Mark A. Ross
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