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RE: stereo to mono

Even the downloadable eval copy of Cool Edit (http://www.syntrillium.com)
performs this conversion, under the Edit/Convert Sample Type menu.  Never
had a phase error in several years. ;)

The removal/separation of exclusive elements is done through a crossfade 

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> >I'm using SoundForge and have found that you can remove the
> mono elements
> >of a stereo track...... leaving you mostly with stereo
> effects (inverting
> >one channel and combing to mono)
> >
> >I would like to use this in reverse.
> >
> >Is there any way that you can remove the stereo elements
> leaving on the
> >mono parts of a track? I've had no luck so far, and suspect it may be
> >physically impossible.
> I don't use SoundForge, but I take it you don't want to just
> add the two
> channels. Why not perform the process above to get 'just the
> stereo stuff',
> invert that, and then add it to the original? That is, why
> not subtract the
> 'stereo only' from the original to get the 'mono only' part?
> Hey, it's a
> thought. . .
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