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and add your system information:
• Logic version and sub-version (e.g. Logic 10.0.3)
• OS X version and sub-version (e.g. OS 10.8.5)
• Computer (e.g. MacBook, Mac Pro, iMac)
• Processor (e.g. 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo)
• Memory (e.g. 2GB)
• Audio interface manufacturer and model (e.g. Presonus AudioBox USB)
(most of that information can be found by choosing Logic Pro X > About Logic Pro X
, and > About This Mac
Any other quicker method that I'm missing?
Depends on your goal...if all you want to do is process the 2 channels separately, you could simply put a copy of the stereo region on another track and set the original's channel strip input format to "Left", and the copy's to input format to "Right".
If you need to
have separate mono regions, do this:
Split the interleaved file using the Copy/Convert function (Audio File menu) in the Project Audio Browser, then disconnect the left from the right (select L and R regions in the Project Audio Browser, then go to Edit > Disconnect Selected Split Stereo File).
Then you just drop them each on a mono track and pan hard left and right, and turn down their volume by 3dB (if your Pan Law is set to -3dB Compensated).