How to convert mono signal into stereo while playing through comp?

Discussion in 'Guitar Gear Talk Forum' started by rust_in_pain, Jun 12, 2006.

  1. rust_in_pain

    rust_in_pain <:Rising Rockstar:>

    HI friends,

    I came up with a problem here.Since i have 2.1 speakers and the guitar signal is mono...only one speaker there any software or external method to convert it into a stereo signal??

    thanks in advance
  2. Guitar boy

    Guitar boy New Member

    Hey, there should be some software to convert but not sure which one does it.
    But definitely it should be present, like we have stereo to 5.1, 7.1 conversion.
    Could be as easy to click 'send to both channels', in recording software.. not sure,

    Google search gave some links, I didnt understand anything. If you are a software geek, do something.


    If it was given to me.. I will try it by physical cabling. ( i haven't tried yet)

    I will connect the mono signal to both channels in stereo.

    I mean, prepare a cable with one end having mono jack and other end stereo(this end u r going to plug in to ur computer or hometheatre).
    From mono jack, you have 2 signals - Ground and Signal (my own naming conventions, dont complain... idont know what they call exactly).
    Connect the ground signal to the common in stereo jack, and connect the signal to both channels of the stereo jack.

    EDIT: Got these ones too
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  3. dennis

    dennis The Bhangra King

    I use Goldwave, its an mp3 editor. Allows you to mix channels.
  4. satch_attack

    satch_attack New Member

    adobe audition.records and also exports in stereo ...dude..anyway ..u wil be usin a plug to connect your guitar into the line in are pluggin into a stereo jack bot spearkers must work
    or are u usin a mic???...
    if yes..then chuck the mic and get a big to small mic plug( again.just as guitar boy said ..i dunno the jargony words..this is my terminology) must be like 10 bux ...connect your lead out into it and directly into Line in ..and voila...stereo output
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  5. rust_in_pain

    rust_in_pain <:Rising Rockstar:>

    thanx for the links and suggestions.....actually i was looking for a software which could convert the signal while live playing which i could not found...

    i am using a processor....
    both the jacks on my cable are mono....i will try making a one end mono & one end stereo cable(like guitar boy suggested)and let u know wat happened..
  6. vikramk

    vikramk New Member

    DB Power AMP music Converter

    Check out the swiss army knife of audio conversion softwares
    this can convert the mono to stereo or even joint stereo with simple slider you can adjust the bitrate from 64 to 320 kbps. it comes with two mp3 encoderes
    LAME and BLADE and one WAV encoder.
    Great software to go for

  7. UjSen

    UjSen *#!EVIL*!!

    ur comp has a mic jack??
    wt comp is it?

    i haev to use a convertor(external) u get mono and stereo convertors in the market.
  8. rust_in_pain

    rust_in_pain <:Rising Rockstar:>

    i use the line in jack on my computer...
    i know abt the softwares which convert audio files from mono to stereo...i was looking for a software which does that while live playing..

    the external method has solved my problem....still i am looking for such a software...thanx for the suggestions!!!
  9. chaitunkv

    chaitunkv New Member


    U will get some connector in any electronics shops.
    u can ask link one side mono mic jack (male) and second side general walkmen jack (female).

  10. ambush

    ambush _RASTA_man_

    Does your processor have stereo output i.e one left and a right o/p ports.
    If you have you can easily mke a cale for using thetwo.

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