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jerrykrinock



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PostPosted: Sun May 11, 2014 9:53 pm    Post subject: Delay one side of stereo track Reply with quote

How can I delay one side of a stereo track by 40 milliseconds? It seems that Amadeus Pro doesn't like to separately process the left and right of a stereo track. Using a tool in the toolbar, I can convert it to two mono tracks and delay one of them, but I can't find any tool or command to convert these two mono tracks back into a stereo track.

Thank you!
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CDJonah



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PostPosted: Sun May 11, 2014 10:05 pm    Post subject: Delay one side of stereo track Reply with quote

in the drop-down box for each of the two tracks, select one left and the
other right.

Then flatten.

Chuck

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How can I delay one side of a stereo track by 40 milliseconds? It seems that Amadeus Pro doesn't like to separately process the left and right of a stereo track. Using a tool in the toolbar, I can convert it to two mono tracks and delay one of them, but I can't find any tool or command to convert these two mono tracks back into a stereo track.

Thank you!




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PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2014 12:36 am    Post subject: General Method to Process Left and/or Right of Stereo Track Reply with quote

Thank you, Jonah. The choices for a mono track are front, front left, front right, back, back left, back right and center. So I don't think I did what you suggested. But I finally worked out this method for separately processing the left and/or right channel of a stereo track.

• Click in the menu: Tracks > Split to two Mono Tracks
• Do whatever processing you want on each now-mono track.
• Click in the menu: Tracks > Convert Track to Stereo
• Repeat previous step with the other mono track.

So now you've two stereo tracks.

• Select all audio right (lower) channel of the top track.
• Click in the menu: Effects > Amplify
• Enter -99 dB and OK.

• Select all audio left (upper) channel of the bottom track.
• Click in the menu: Effects > Amplify
• Enter -99 dB and OK. Leave the bottom track selected.

• Click in the menu: Tracks > Merge with Previous Track

* * *

Seems a little kludgey, but oh well it works.
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CDJonah_alt



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PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2014 3:08 am    Post subject: Delay one side of stereo track Reply with quote

Sorry,

Set one Front left, the other Front right and then flatten.


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Thank you, Jonah. The choices for a mono track are front, front left, front right, back, back left, back right and center. So I don't think I did what you suggested. But I finally worked out this method for separately processing the left and/or right channel of a stereo track.

• Click in the menu: Tracks > Split to two Mono Tracks
• Do whatever processing you want on each now-mono track.
• Click in the menu: Tracks > Convert Track to Stereo
• Repeat previous step with the other mono track.

So now you've two stereo tracks.

• Select all audio right (lower) channel of the top track.
• Click in the menu: Effects > Amplify
• Enter -99 dB and OK.

• Select all audio left (upper) channel of the bottom track.
• Click in the menu: Effects > Amplify
• Enter -99 dB and OK. Leave the bottom track selected.

• Click in the menu: Tracks > Merge with Previous Track

* * *

Seems a little kludgey, but oh well it works.






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PostPosted: Mon May 12, 2014 7:00 am    Post subject: Delay one side of stereo track Reply with quote

You can also select one channel of a stereo track by click-dragging near the top / bottom of the track and then apply the Effects -> Amplify command. To select all of one channel, you can also type command-A, followed by the up (or down) arrow.
Regards,

Martin

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