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Its the way your stereo tracks are mapped.
If I delete this second track the icon on the first track still indicates it's stereo. What is it's purpose?
You have Stereo mapped as Tracks 1 and 2
Craig, I thought I understood, but now I'm not sure precisely how you are indicating he has mapped that would create this problem.
Jerrod, when I first read you post, I was thinking, I think Jerrod is not a newbie, what am I missing? As I reread your post today, I realized that you are overlaying a track, i.e. there should be no surprise that something is added to the time line. If you target an empty track 2, you'll get the overlay on track 2. If you had targeted track 1, would it replace it?
But it was your comment about the "stereo thangy" that made me wonder if you were thinking that it takes two tracks to make stereo? That just didn't make sense to me.
I am suggesting that maybe he has his Audio mapped "Mono as Stereo"
This will create two Stereo tracks from the same Audio.
Check the Source Audio Mapping Option.