2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 21, 2010 11:10 AM by ronnieh1

    Selecting a Single Stereo Channel

    ronnieh1

      In PC versions, you could highlight either the left or right stereo channel by dragging at the top or bottom of the waveform in the edit window. This is very handy for restoration of vinyl transfers because noise is sometimes quite different between the left and right grooves of a record.

       

      Is there a replacement feature for quickly selecting stereo or left/right individual channels?

        • 1. Re: Selecting a Single Stereo Channel
          Charles VW Adobe Employee

          ronnieh1 wrote:

           

          In PC versions, you could highlight either the left or right stereo channel by dragging at the top or bottom of the waveform in the edit window.

           

          This is still there, just turned off by default. You can enable the context-sensitive channel editing by clicking the check box in the General Prefences dialog.

           

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          ronnieh1 wrote:

           

          Is there a replacement feature for quickly selecting stereo or left/right individual channels?

           

          There are several other methods of doing this still

          • [ Up Arrow ] and [ Down Arrow ] keys on the keyboard
          • Press the [ L ] and [ R ] channel buttons in the vertical ruler on the right
          • Edit > Enable Channels menu
          • [ Shift ] + [ Command ] + [ L ] / [ Shift ] + [ Command ] + [ R ] keyboard shortcuts
          • 2. Re: Selecting a Single Stereo Channel
            ronnieh1 Level 1

            AHA! Thanks.