At 07:35 PM 2008-09-25, Eric Jacobs wrote:
>One exception is if you want to burn CD Audio optical discs from the 44.1/16
>mono WAVE submaster. You'll need to copy the mono channel for stereo, and
>then make your Audio CD. This could stump some people. Or perhaps not?
That's a step that it appears WaveLab makes you take, but in
Samplitude and I think a few other programs when you drop a mono file
into the timeline, it automatically comes out both channels of the CD
by default (you can, of course, change that.
I wonder if the virtual project functions (what are they called?) in
WaveLab work this way. I've only used the basic "destructive" mode in WaveLab.
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