Yes Mike Two lead vocals in Harmony are down the middle doing a duet I want to get one vocal more level the low one is probaly around three kilohertz I would guess the high one is around eight but eq doesnt seem to work I want to extract a lead vocal so I can make it louder! Click anywhere in the window except the track or any of the menus to deselect your mono track. This is used for situations where you might have two mics in a stereo pattern, such as Room Left and Room Right over your drums or other instrument. Would any of you know what can be the problem? I know I could solve my problem by merely recording in mono, but why are vocals usually recorded in this quality? So first I updated to the latest 2. Especially if you use Windows Vista it's more stable than any older version. . I record my video and narrate as I go. How would I get a stereo output from each separate Left and Right track? To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
One thing to try is recording into something like Audacity and seeing if you hear the playback of the recorded audio in both speakers then, which you should even though it is mono. . When selected, Mixcraft 3 refused to record. This is correct, expected and desired behavior. Paste what you copied into the new stereo track Cntr-V. This, when combined with the opposite channel, will effectively hide anything panned squarely in the center of the mix. Then when I move the balance back to the right side, the music is audible again.
If you are talking to multiple people, you are still restricted to two tracks, you and them this is just how Skype works. Is your condenser mic a stereo mic? Keep in mind that the system audio is coming from the Windows 7 computer itself and that is going to have stereo. Your recording records the lack of input on the second channel as you have nothing running in to it. Question: I have 2 tape decks with two tapes. . The workaround is to mix it to mono after the fact in Camtasia's program, but that's one more thing I'd have to do in my workflow and that not optimal. Stereo tracks sound much better and are more convenient.
Using Audacity editor, I split the converted output to a left and right track and duplicate each track. I had the same issue in Audacity, only when I tell Audacity to record in Mono, it plays back in both channels. Ive tried looking at every other setting I can find. I've been doing this dance for years, using Camtasia 8 now and Windows 10. . Thanks alot for you help.
Did the left and right channel options ever make sense? Its the only option I have for it. Obviously if your recording more than one person like a choir its a different story. I did a workaround yesterday by exporting Audio Track 1 from Camtasia, opening it in Adobe Audition, and converting it to stereo still a mono signal, but both left and right channels have the audio now - which is how a mono track should have been recorded. This is just a few suggestions for you to try out. Recording System Audio works perfectly. Also, I've heard that vocals tend to be recorded in mono. Sometimes you can get lucky with the right recording, but otherwise, it is impossible to remove vocals.
Is there any way to force Camtasia to record the mic in mono? Make sure your physical recording connections are tight and that any balance controls on for example your mixer or amplifier are centrally placed. Here's a picture to make things clearer: Cheers! Edit: before assigning the left track to both, I want to delete the right track, as it contains only noise. Find your mono track; Select the entire thing and Ctrl+C Copy it. Ive tried looking at every other setting I can find. A Mono input will place the single microphone correctly in the center of the track. This only works on stereo tracks, remember. Then I click the track which I had recorded, and ctrl-A to select the entire track, ctrl-c to copy it.
Download the newest Audacity, 1. I know its something in Cubase, it has to be, because Audacity doesnt have the same issue. Is that really commonly used by mastering engineers, and furthermore, does it even work? I agree; the menu items are still available but they have been 'buried' in the menus: Many thanks. Thank you for all this information guys, I really appreciate it. There is a possibility that you might have to change how things are being routed. Then for each of the four left or right tracks i. After all the bugs, and roadblocks ive run into, this appears to be the last one Any help is greatly appreciated!! I feel a bit stupid here, because I simply cannot find how to do this with the newest 2.
Always use Mono to record one mic and Stereo to record two mics. The wikiHow Tech Team also followed the article's instructions, and validated that they work. I like to use to record music from the internet or songs sung during events. Obviously if your recording more than one person like a choir its a different story. I'm getting my narration on the left side as well. You can export to mp3, wav, or any supported Audacity format.
If there's any more info I could give you that would help your answer though, tell me! I then open Adobe Audition and convert the one-sided stereo file to a mono file. Seems like you recorded mono as you should. Let us know if this helps at all and thanks for posting. Is this a problem with the xlr cable? There you can choose your input and your output. As others have said, this is the expected behavior.