I haven't worked with Sound Forge in a while, but I can remember that when
mono files were made from stereo ones, Sound Forge would sum the two
channels into one. This resulted in a 3 db gain in the new mono file. Is
this still the case the current version of Sound Forge?
I'm just mentioning this because sometimes people don't realise that this
can be happenning to their new mono file versions of two channel ones. You
can do a test by taking a 1 kHz tone and see if it goes up in volume when
you play back the mono copy.
From: Art Shifrin [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: June 25, 2004 8:23 AM
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Mono CD transfer
I don't know if such an extraction program exists. I simply convert to a
mono file in Sound Forge. The other day I stashed 28 one half hour radio
programs onto a DVD-R as mono 16 bit 44.1 files in this manner.