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Thread: Split L & R channels into 2 new, seperate stereo tracks

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    Default Split L & R channels into 2 new, seperate stereo tracks

    I have Adobe Premiere 1.5.1 and Audition 1.5

    Can someone please shed some light on how to split your left and right recorded channels into 2 new seperate stereo tracks ?

    I recorded with 2 mono mics - one on left and one on right channel and now wish to balance audio in Adobe premiere between the 2 mic sources.

    One mic was wireless and the other a shotgun.

    Both mics have slightly different recording levels set to eliminate distortion upon loud audio.

    I've RTFM for Audition (v1.5) but must be missing it - although I freely admit to being a noobie

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by DPS; 11-01-2006 at 07:32 PM.

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    Please don't double post.

    See my reply in other post which I just happened to see first.

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