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Chapter 5. Editing Sound > Converting Stereo and Mono

Converting Stereo and Mono

Often, a waveform imported from a video clip or other source will arrive as a single-channel, mono file. If you plan to output that file to CD or another medium capable of delivering two-channel audio, you may want to convert the file to stereo. Audition not only allows you to separate the audio into two channels; it also lets you set the amplitude of each channel and control your new stereo mix.

Conversely, if you're trying to conserve bandwidth or otherwise reduce file size, or if you have other plans for the left or right channel, you may want to convert the waveform to mono and squeeze all that two-channel audio into a single channel. Here, Audition also lets you set parameters for left- and right-channel amplitude before converting the waveform.


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