- May 21, 2020 at 11:07 am
Hi, I was wondering if you can help me with a query.
I’m using Adobe Audition to create multi track DJ mixes.
In my project I have –
One mono track for the mic
Two stereo tracks – one stereo track for the music & one stereo track for the sound effects
The music & the sound effect files are in stereo imaging.
When I export my multi track session in stereo, it bounces all the tracks (mic, music & sound effects) in to one stereo track. However, I’m finding that although the bounced file is saved as stereo, the stereo imaging of the music & sound effect is gone.
And when listening back to the exported session wav file, it is more like listening to a mono file with a left and right channel.
Is it possible to export a multi track mix session and still maintain the stereo imaging of the individual original music & sound effect files?
- May 22, 2020 at 2:43 am
Hello Hassan and welcome to the Cow Audio Forum.
Yes, in all cases, you should be able to render a stereo mix. Is your master fader in Audition a mono or stereo fader?
If it’s mono, you’ll only get a mono mix.
Cow Audio Forum Leader
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