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Split Audio File Into Seperate Tracks?

I'm afraid what you are asking for could be the equivalent of taking a Victoria sponge cake & asking for the flour, sugar, butter & eggs back in separate bowls. If there are clear spaces ...
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Sending word clock to camera from sound device 722

In addition to the response from coaxmw : The bandwidth of a word clock signal is much higher than an audio signal, which means you cannot transmit a word clock over an audio wireless system, neither ...
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Sending word clock to camera from sound device 722

Wordclock and timecode are different things. Wordclock sync is basically just making sure that 48K on the master is 48K on the slave device. It doesn't have any positional reference. It is good to ...
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If a track contains two channels, is the track stereo?

multiple channels doesn't mean that its stereo. It could be Dual Mono where the 2 channels have no correlation to each other or it could be a mono track but taking up 2 channels for "stereo" playback....
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What are the definitions of a track and a channel?

What you are interested in here, is the side material, or the difference between left and right (i.e. when these don't play the same). Typically vocals are mixed equally loud in left and right ...
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What are the definitions of a track and a channel?

Basically, a 'channel' is an audio signal and a 'track' is where they can be written/read. In recording studios, before the digital revolution, multitrack tape was used to record single channels of ...
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Cubase: How to import multiple tempo tracks or midi files in one project?

There are some well hidden impractical default MIDI import options in Cubase's preferences that prevent this. Here is how to fix it: Go into Cubase's preferences window and go to MIDI -> MIDI File ...
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Tascam DR 05, recording with both external and internal mics

According to manual, when you plug in your external microphones, the internal will be disabled. I have the same feature in my Sony Pcm-m10 and it is a bit frustrating, but I guess it's because of the ...
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Using Audacity, how do I split out separate speakers from a single track to multiple tracks?

This is the basis of editing. Select and blade the regions of audio that you need, and then move them to the requisite track. It's laborious, but that's the way it's done.
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delete tracks of the fruity loops mixer

As said earlier, you can unlink a track from the mixer channel. In FL Studio 12, there's a number next to the plugin. You can click on it and scroll all the way down until 0. Then, it'll be unlinked ...
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If a track contains two channels, is the track stereo?

Technically speaking stereo just means two or more sound sources. It is more related to how it is heard than represented. If you played a "stereo" track on one speaker it would be mono. Conversely if ...
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Do each track and each channel hold only one signal?

I think the quote is misleading. Let's say you want five different MIDI violin parts to play, all with the same violin sound. You would normally have five different MIDI tracks, each with their own ...
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Each instrument in its own track - format and online resources?

If you're just taking existing songs (mp3's for example) you could sort of have each "section" of the orchestra segregated by their main frequency bands and just increase/decrease those frequencies. ...
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Each instrument in its own track - format and online resources?

you can go for things like "Soundfonts" and apply them on "midi" files but there is no other format for getting pre-recorded "audio" instrument tracks separately. I think Midi files could be enough to ...

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