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It will take a little bit of work to get it to sound right for your mix, but in essence: Create a session with 5 tracks in Pro Tools. Put your L, C and R on one each. Your remaining two tracks will be for an LC bounce, and an RC bounce. Reduce the level of your C track by approx 3dB. Now, bus the L and C to LC and record, then bus R and C to RC and ...


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I have no special experience in this other than being a VR user and a sound guy, but I'd hazard that it probably won't work all that well as you may turn your head in a different direction than where you are firing and I'm not sure how it would make sense of the information. What might make more of a difference is varying the kinds of reverb and EQing ...


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