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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001453||ardour||other||public||2007-02-01 20:01||2009-07-04 05:28|
|Status||resolved||Resolution||no change required|
|Summary||0001453: Importing stereo tracks|
|Description||1 recorded some songs|
2 mixed the songs to stereo tracks
3 created a new session for a mastering
4 clicked on "add existing audio (as regions)(to tracks) ... whatever"
5 the browser always show something like that:
6 so I have to import two files, make two mono regions and align the two halfes
on different mono-tracks (time-eating)
99 it would be great to import only one file to get it as a whole
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no, you do not have to do this, first of all, please read this: http://ardour.org/manual/editing/importing especially the section on "Using audio files as tracks or regions?".
then, when you do the import, do so as "As Track". a stereo file will produce a single stereo track. you imported "As Regions", with the results you described.
||please comment and/or close this issue.|
Thanx for your help, Paul!
I'll read the manual and try to import a stereo track tonight!
||Resolving issue as it seems to ahve been a non-issue and hasbeen idle for several years.|
|2007-02-01 20:01||schafwoller||New Issue|
|2007-02-01 20:09||paul||Note Added: 0003148|
|2007-02-01 20:10||paul||Note Edited: 0003148|
|2007-02-01 20:11||paul||Note Edited: 0003148|
|2007-02-06 19:04||paul||Note Added: 0003185|
|2007-02-06 19:04||paul||Status||new => feedback|
|2007-02-07 11:22||schafwoller||Note Added: 0003191|
|2009-07-04 05:28||seablade||Note Added: 0006240|
|2009-07-04 05:28||seablade||Status||feedback => resolved|
|2009-07-04 05:28||seablade||Resolution||open => no change required|
|2009-07-04 05:28||seablade||Description Updated|