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Old 11-28-2018, 12:21 PM
Larsis Larsis is offline
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Originally Posted by rick-slo View Post
I don't use a UR44 but it looks like to me you are recording the left mike as a mono input and the right mike as a mon input. When you combine those as they are it will end up with a mono sound.
I believe you need to select the "S" button to have a single stereo track.
Unfortunately, the S button is for Solo, M is for Mute. The question is, if I even can change it to stereo now, when it's already recorded. I tried almost everything, what I could, but no better results. I can try a plugin MonoToStereo, it helped spread the sound a little bit.

Last edited by Larsis; 11-28-2018 at 12:41 PM.
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