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MONO-Instrument Tracks

+13 votes
asked Oct 31, 2018 in Mixing by jm12 (490 points)
Even when you "pseudo-monoize" an instrument with a plugin, it will still bounce to a stereo audio track.  That stereo track will maintain the original gain stage but when you convert that stereo audio file back to MONO, than you lose your original gain stage causing an extra step of mixing in achieving the original gain stage.  This would be so much easier with a MONO instrument track.  It will also help with using external hardware.  It will help save a few steps instead of having to print audio numerous times.  

Please consider.  Thank you

2 Answers

+3 votes
answered Nov 4, 2018 by henjay (2,320 points)

Yes  @jm12 I agree with you smiley! PreSonus should have already added a Mono Instrument Track since they have a Mono Audio Track why isn't PreSonus showing MIDI no love angry. They do need to add Mono Instrument Tracks smiley!

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answered Dec 8, 2023 by dvidcssza (150 points)
Really annoying I have to use double resource. 21th century