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    I Was wondering how I could record a stereo track to a session that I started as mono..(all the tracks record in mono)I cannot figure it out..thanks

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    you can mix down to stereo (mix down all tracks) and any pan envelopes youve set up will be there... or you can create stereo files out of eack file (convert sample type) or you can use a stereo effect on something(dsp stereo widener)... which would you like to do?

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    I want to actually record in stereo. I'm running from a stereo processor with stereo fx. I record the bass, and most guitar in mono, so I start the session in mono so i don't have to do all the converting to mono. But then I have 1 guitar that I need to record in stereo...Is this possible?

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    Absolutely. When you ARM the track... click th e little 'stereo' button in the lower left corner...

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    Ok..thanks. I couldn't find it at first..Then i clicked on the "1" next to the volume control and found it..thanks again.

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