Got a mono audio track that you want to see as stereo in Audacity? Then read on to find out how to split mono sound tracks into stereo!
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Step 1: Things Needed
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2. Obviously a recording to split
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Step 2: Choose Your Channel
On the track you wish to split into stereo, look to the top left. You should see a button that says "Audio Track". Select it and click the option "Left Channel"
Step 3: Duplication = Clone Wars
At the window border, click the "Edit" tab. Under the options menu, click duplicate.
Step 4: Channels Again!?
By now, you should have two separate audio channels. On the newly formed channel, (The bottom one) select the "Audio Track" button and in the drop down menu, click "Right Channel"
Step 5: Finally!
Next, on the top channel, again click the "Audio Track" tab and in the drop down menu, click "Make Stereo Track".
Ta-da! It's done. This was a quick and simple tutorial but timely nonetheless. It's amazing how Google can fail to provide good results sometimes.
Thanks for reading and Happy Recording!