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How do you split a stereo file in Logic ? [SOLVED]


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If you want two tracks with each left and right only, bounce track in place with the pan all the way to the right, then all the way to the left.

 

You can do what fuzzfilth mention at the end to get both tracks as mono, yet they remain left and right as audio files.

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To truly convert the stereo file to two mono files, here's a tutorial: Fastest and easiest way to convert stereo file to mono

 

If you want two tracks with each left and right only, bounce track in place with the pan all the way to the right, then all the way to the left.

If you're going to use a workaround like that then that one is even better: Easiest way to split stereo tracks to two mono tracks SOLVED

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To truly convert the stereo file to two mono files, here's a tutorial: Fastest and easiest way to convert stereo file to mono

 

If you want two tracks with each left and right only, bounce track in place with the pan all the way to the right, then all the way to the left.

If you're going to use a workaround like that then that one is even better: Easiest way to split stereo tracks to two mono tracks SOLVED

After setting the inputs left and right, marquee selecting the regions, making the selection a tiny bit longer than the regions, and then press J would possibly be even quicker yet :)

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Logic Pro 10.5.1 • OS X 10.14.6 • MBP 15" Early 2013 • 2.4 GHz Intel Core i7 • 8GB RAM • iMac 27 Late 2013 • 3.4 GHz Intel Core i5 • 16GB RAM • Focusrite Saffire 6 USB • cheap midi keyboard • Korg NanoKontrol • Roland UM-One mkII • Behringer FCB1010 • Gibson ES335
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