Subject: [linux-audio-user] Splitting stereo files with sox
From: Matti Sunell (matti.sunell_AT_helsinki.fi)
Date: Sun May 26 2002 - 23:17:23 EEST
I need to get rid of the left channel of my stereo drum samples. If I
understand correctly, the command line to sox is
sox bd.wav -c1 bd_mono.wav avg -r
to take the right channel and write it to a mono file. But it gives me
a mix of the two channels.
According to the manual
sox bd.wav -c1 bd_mono.wav pick -r
should do the same, but sox doesn't even recognize the effect "pick".
Is sox broken or am I missing something trivial? The version is
12.17.3 which comes with Debian Woody. I have lots of these files, so
I don't want to use a graphical editor.
-- Matti Sunell http://www.helsinki.fi/~sunell/
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