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Maxtheschu wrote on 7/5/2020, 9:36 AM

you can do the same in AP

NC1 wrote on 7/5/2020, 10:24 AM

You can make a duplicate track, and adjust the 'pan' controls, but there doesn't seem to be a simple switch to do so

Matt-Francis wrote on 7/6/2020, 6:20 AM

I am using AP10 but in the track bar there are 5 icons. The icon to the left of Track FX says Invert Track Phase. Is that what you are after?

TBH i have never used that option.If I want to change a track to Mono or Stereo I just use Audacity. I recommend it if you haven't tried it. Great free editor.

sheppo wrote on 7/7/2020, 6:52 AM

Hi @NC1

Your recordings are mono event clips. These sit on a stereo (or 5.1) audio track, which in turn sit in a stereo (or 5.1) project.

So, as I understand it, your mono event is processed to stereo at the track level without you needing to do anything. You can test this by panning the channel pan slider and it should pan whether you have a mono or stereo event.

If you want some deep dive on this look up "Signal Flow Diagram" in the in-application help. You'll see Channel Conversion happening in the first box underneath Audio Media - which is the audio event.