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    Hi guys,

    I got a master tape that has split sound (left channel is dialog, right channel is effect). My client want me to make the sound mix (left & right channels are dialog + effect). Right now I'm using old fashion way, using sony sound forge. I got through a lot of steps to make mix sound.
    Before that I've used Edius pro 3. I have used the audio filter (panpot & balance). Then I drag the slide in left & right channel to the middle. However, when I used that way, I realized that the sound become smaller. I don't want to increase the volume by increasing the dB, I'm afraid it will make the sound more noisy. Is there other way that fast but in the same time can make mix sound without make it smaller? I'm looking forward the answer.

    Thanks a lot

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    If you are using Edius 4 use the Audio tracks to map channels 1/2 from your tape. I like starting with 2 mono signals as your tape is currently. I find, with Mapping, the output is generally louder and without distortion. (is it me?)

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      Originally posted by h3170ra View Post
      Hi guys,

      I got a master tape that has split sound (left channel is dialog, right channel is effect). My client want me to make the sound mix (left & right channels are dialog + effect). Right now I'm using old fashion way, using sony sound forge. I got through a lot of steps to make mix sound.
      Before that I've used Edius pro 3. I have used the audio filter (panpot & balance). Then I drag the slide in left & right channel to the middle. However, when I used that way, I realized that the sound become smaller. I don't want to increase the volume by increasing the dB, I'm afraid it will make the sound more noisy. Is there other way that fast but in the same time can make mix sound without make it smaller? I'm looking forward the answer.

      Thanks a lot
      Here you go I answered this many times. Too lazy to type

      LINK:
      http://ediusforum.grassvalley.com/fo...hlight=panning
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