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Old 15th May 2003
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Nuendo Question

Hello all


I have a quick nuendo question

I have my drum overheads as 2 seperate tracks (L and R.) I recorded this way so i could time align them. Now that they are time aligned, i would like to convolve them with an reverb impuse response, but i want to convolve the stereo track, not the individual mono tracks. Is there an easy way, without soloing and doing an audio mixdown, to change these to a stereo file?


Marshall
Old 15th May 2003
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Re: Nuendo Question

Quote:
Originally posted by Marshall Simmon
Hello all


I have a quick nuendo question

I have my drum overheads as 2 seperate tracks (L and R.) I recorded this way so i could time align them. Now that they are time aligned, i would like to convolve them with an reverb impuse response, but i want to convolve the stereo track, not the individual mono tracks. Is there an easy way, without soloing and doing an audio mixdown, to change these to a stereo file?


Marshall
Why do you feel the need to time align a oh pair???????

And no, there isn`t any other way to make a stereo file in Nuendo, than the method you described....

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