[linux-audio-user] How-to for Recording on Ardour : Ans Query
ish at sarai.net
ish at sarai.net
Thu Dec 16 01:57:28 EST 2004
thanks joq for going through the how to....
And as you had said that Audio 3 will be a mono track is not
true..>because>> Audio 3(out 1/out 2) is a stereo track..... i m recording
guitar on Audio1 (track1) and Audio 2, so they both are mono... and i m
then putting the output of the master track (after these two tracks are
recorded) into jamin>>> ie master is stereo which will go into jamin
(left/right) stereo... then im taking the balanced/mastered out(stereo) of
jamin and connectin it to 'Audio 3' , so , hence Audio 3 becomes
stereo.... and so we are exporting a stereo audio file...
i have understood your point completely .. are you saying that if we have
2 mono channels we put one on the left and the other on the right while we
>> On Tue, 2004-12-14 at 11:33, ish at sarai.net wrote:
>> > Hi every one ... i ve witten a kind of a rough How-to(Draft) for
>> > recording using Ardour... and using JAmin along with it via
>> > This was primarily go give a basic how to of intial acoustic
>> > And how a mastering software, which in this case is JAmin can be used
>> > tweak the recording to produce a well spaced/MAstered
>> > recording...(Basically to achive the stuff in youe head) . Well this
>> > just a start... and any input from your side will be helpful... so
>> > check out the following site ...
>> > http://users.sarai.net/~ish/contents.html
> Nice, helpful writeup. I did notice a significant error you might
> want to correct, however.
> On this page...
> Your example checks *both* Left and Right stereo channels when
> exporting Audio 3:out-1 and Audio 3:out-2 to a WAV file. I believe
> this gives "mono" output in a stereo file (in the sense that both
> channels will be the same). I recommend checking Left for Audio
> 3:out-1 and Right for Audio 3:out-2. That will render the stereo
> outputs from JAMin correctly.
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