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PostPosted: Wed Jul 13, 2011 2:44 am    Post subject: How to deal with extreme channel separation Reply with quote

I would add two instances to AP (1.5 -- I am sure I can do the same in 2
but I am not there yet) and split them into tracks A-B, A-G, B-B, B-G,
put A-B, A-G in front left, B-B, B-G in front right, adjust the play
levels so A-B is full, A-G is decreased, B-G is full and B-B is
decreased. This will mean that the left channel with have predominantly
bass with some guitar and vice versa for the right channel. Flatten to
a new file and you are done (except you will probably play a while with it.

Chuck

On 7/12/11 8:14 PM, heaton5@cox.net wrote:
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I have some live recordings that have only acoustic guitar on one
channel and only acoustic bass on the other. I have adjusted the
volume on each channel (primarily raising the bass) and converted the
track to mono, and the results are pretty listenable. But how do I use
AP to bring the sounds of the original recording together and still
maintain some L-R separation? Thanks. CP
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