Good day everybody,
I have an important question for you that is still unclear to me.
What is such a recording good for? Paul . . You are the programmer of this
wonderful DAW. I can’t find an explanation for this situation anywhere.
Check out the photo.
Your case of recording the same 2 channels is just redundant. However if you have a surround microphone or ambisonic or some other VR source, it is handy to have all channels on a single track.
5th order ambisonics would be 51 channels for example.
Would that be a step forward if you could split this recording into mono or stereo channels afterwards? So you could edit each channel separately afterwards. Is this a good idea?
Region > Edit > Make Mono regions.
The regions are then available from the region-list in the sidebar.
There is also a Lua script that splits channels, directly creates new tracks and adds the regions, but that’s currently only for “Stereo to [two] Mono” Tracks.
Thank you Robin! I will experiment.