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Offline PH

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mono to stereo
« on: Mon, 2009-04-13, 19:16:10 »
Hello again! :) :D

I was listening to some tunes that I ripped from a computer game.
The songs are pretty cool, but there's one problem: they're mono.

I was wondering... Is there any way to get them sound like they're stereo?
I figured some of you should know something about sound editing...

Well, surprise me! ;D



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Re: mono to stereo
« Reply #1 on: Mon, 2009-04-13, 19:18:52 »
Maybe you should buy two boxes.  ;D
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Re: mono to stereo
« Reply #2 on: Mon, 2009-04-13, 19:19:59 »
Maybe you should buy two boxes.  ;D

Maybe you should shut your mouth. ;D

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Re: mono to stereo
« Reply #3 on: Mon, 2009-04-13, 19:47:04 »
Maybe you should shut your mouth. ;D

Maybe that's a good idea.  :D
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Re: mono to stereo
« Reply #4 on: Mon, 2009-04-13, 21:42:56 »
Hey Paco, maybe I can help...I say maybe, because I think I know how to do it. The audio-software I use when recording with my band should be able to make stereo-files from mono-files. The only problem is that I haven't done that before. However, I'm willing to try if you want to! :)

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