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Old 11-28-2018, 03:19 PM
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Originally Posted by KevWind View Post
BTW the left and right mics should be recorded as mono and should make no difference if it is a stereo track or two mono tracks ... NOTE a stereo track is in fact two mono inputs one left and one right, that are bussed to the same double mono track .
Two main reasons I record a stereo track rather than two separate mono tracks:

1. Less chance for routing and panning errors.

2. Much easier to do clip simultaneous editing of R and L sides in one stereo track.


Most plugins that I use can work with the R and L sides individually should that be desired (though that would be rare for me to want other than a R or L track delay or the use of a stereo reverb)
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