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  1. Hi
    I would like to know how can I delete one track of a stereo sound file (right or left) using goldwave.
    I try to find it in the menu or the help but could not
    So if anyone can help

    thanx
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  2. Check for Channel Converter (Stereo->Mono) or a menu similar to that
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  3. That was what I was looking for but could not found
    this is why I ask the pro user of goldwave to give a little help
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    You may want to try this:
    Copy the channel you want to keep, then open a new (mono or stereo project, as needed), and paste. Save new wav.

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    Another way- select the channel you don't want and reduce the volume to zero (or just click the 'delete' button). Then click 'save as' and select 'mono' in the attributes box.
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  6. Oh great
    thanx for the tip
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    In the edit menu choose channel then select the track you want to delete. Make sure the entire track is selected then hit delete on your keyboard. Then save the file as a mono file. You will have a mono track. If you want a stereo track with a channel that has no sound you could save it as a stereo file.
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