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Sum stereo channels of sample to make it mono

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rudolphrapidrudolphrapid Posts: 61

I can imagine a switch to let Deluge play back a sample by summing the channels.

If it's not possible I see a workaround. Extend sources of recording (sampling) with two input options:

  • In-sum (to immediately sample line or mic input with summed channels)
  • Out-sum (to re-sample existing stereo sample as mono).
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    rczrcz NYPosts: 58

    Not sure but you might be able to do this if you re sample while the speaker is playing.

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    rudolphrapidrudolphrapid Posts: 61
    edited August 16

    @rcz said:
    Not sure but you might be able to do this if you re sample while the speaker is playing.

    @rcz I got the sarcasm here :D So you find the idea silly, right?

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    rczrcz NYPosts: 58

    @rudolphrapid said:

    @rcz said:
    Not sure but you might be able to do this if you re sample while the speaker is playing.

    @rcz I got the sarcasm here :D So you find the idea silly, right?

    I remember trying to resample once while the output jacks were unplugged and the internal speaker was running and it made the file mono. I think i tried it again and it didn't work though so I thought you might be able to find this workaround for now. I agree with your suggestion, throw in just left, right and normalize too.

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    amiga909amiga909 Central EuropePosts: 826

    in 3.0 there are more recording options, like left, right, mono/stereo input, mix, ..
    but there is no way afaik to record to a mono wav file.
    btw, deluge does always normalize recordings, rcz

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    @amiga909 said:
    but there is no way afaik to record to a mono wav file.

    I don't care if the file itself remains stereo. Just let it sum the channels :)

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