The first part is accomplished using the standard Copy/Paste methodology.
The second part isn't possible. You can only adjust one effect at a time.
Having said that, I'm curious why you'd need to duplicate a mono track?
My source of audio is single channel to duplicate it to have left and right.
Syncing them together then I can adjust one channel on volume and affect both.
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Terminology is important here. A mono audio file will by default come out both speakers. A stereo file with audio only on one channel is still a stereo file.
To pan audio from such a stereo file to both channels, try using the Fill Left (or Right) effect.
As per my 1st question, I mentioned that I was new to PPRO and just had a revalation with the Mixer board. Very cool how you can turn each mono track to both left and right speakers.
So, I dont have to do what we used to do in FCP.
You Pan in FCP, when you have dual mono.