Currently Being ModeratedMay 28, 2013 10:13 PM (in response to rsherid)
Mix via an Aux bus.
Channels -> Bus OUT -> Bus IN (Switched to MONO) -> MstrOutput set to MONO
Now bounce the Master output and you will receive a genuine Mono audio document.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 28, 2013 11:02 PM (in response to rsherid)
In addition to kc's advice..
Might want to read this chapter in the manual.
It's called "Bouncing Your Project"
It discusses the options presented to you.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 3, 2013 10:33 AM (in response to kcstudio)
All great info, and thanks guys. I was having the same dilemma,
I am using L9, and recordign a microphone for voice overs. My client kept telling me they wanted mono .wav files. When I create a mono track and slect the stereo output, and click the stereo/mono symbol next to bounce so it's one circel and not two, it was still giving me stereo files. When I bounce an mp3 the same way, the dialog box where you can name your bounce, also lets you choose mono or stereo mp3's.
But the dialog box for a .wav or .aif bounce does NOT give you the option to choose stereo or mono. So, I was always getting stereo files.
Now I tried switching my track output to a bus and, when tellling the bus to go either to a mono output L or R, or the same stereo output, I get mono files - two of them. And each file is half the volume of the original or stereo bounces. How do we get a full volume output in mono?