Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Splitting stereo files with sox
From: Geoff Kuenning (geoff_AT_cs.hmc.edu)
Date: Mon May 27 2002 - 09:13:27 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.
Hmmm, does 12.17.3 support "avg -f"? If so, I wrote the code involved
and I'll dig into it and make sure it works.
> should do the same, but sox doesn't even recognize the effect "pick".
It's possible that pick got removed, since avg now does all of that
and more, and the manual didn't get changed.
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