I want to record each channel as a mono output with different fx settings. It is a auto doubled guitar in a VI and I want to enhance each channel and record it as a mono file. Then I have greater control over where I place the guitar in my mix. Trying to do this in stereo merely makes the other channel lower in volume... defeating the doubling.
BTW I can do this in other DAWS. There has to be a way to do it in S1. Help! Thank you in advance
Ha! I answered my own question. If you have any interest here is the solution. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2exoJ6KtHjc
Not exactly what I was looking for but it'll do.
1. Bounce the instrument track to get a stereo audio track
2. Locate the file in the Studio One file browser - the bounced track will be under songs/songname/bounces
3. Right click and select "Split to Mono files"
4. You'll see two new files appear in the browser. Drag them into your song.
It's a bit convoluted but it works well. I routinely record my electro-acoustic guitar with mic on the left channel and pickups on the right channel. I correct any timing and noises on the stereo recording then split to two mono tracks for further processing.
I'd love them to add three new functions to the right-click menu in S1: "convert to mono", "convert to stereo" and "split stereo to mono".
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