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    Default Help with sample panning

    I'm trying to chop this old bollywood sample that I picked up, but like most old 60s-70s records, it isn't in straight up stereo.

    Here's the sample:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86FQTtIz0Ac

    Is there a way to convert the drums at the beginning so the the same sound plays on the left and the right side? I tried making too separate tracks, and straight up reversing the panning on one, but it just turns the sound into a straight mono track. I'm working with FL Studio if that makes a difference.

    Anyone know to fix this?

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    it isn't about to fix it it's about to play with the sample !!!

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    When the same sound plays on the left and the right side, itīs mono.

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    use sound forge

    copy the mono track


    open up a new project

    paste the mono track on left and right fields


    and......


    gimmi a link to your beats - i wanna hear them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief Bob View Post
    When the same sound plays on the left and the right side, itīs mono.
    Exactly

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    not true

    if the wave is mono, it doesn't have a left and right side - mono is one side -

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    Quote Originally Posted by LORD NOSE View Post
    not true

    if the wave is mono, it doesn't have a left and right side - mono is one side -
    correct, but you hear the same sound from both the left and right side if it's mono.

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    ???



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    Stereo




    Mono





    Peace

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    If you convert a mono track to a stereo track, itīs still sounds mono.

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    try this http://www.musereo.com/mono-to-stereo-converter.html or you can use audicity. or try adding it to the other side with a hint of reverb

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    I heard these blue ones do a good job..







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    Quote Originally Posted by Caper View Post
    try this http://www.musereo.com/mono-to-stereo-converter.html or you can use audicity. or try adding it to the other side with a hint of reverb
    Holy shit, that's exactly what I needed. Thanks. I've been tryin' to figure this shit out for a while now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mai Wang Tu Phat View Post
    Holy shit, that's exactly what I needed. Thanks. I've been tryin' to figure this shit out for a while now.
    glad I can help

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