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How to convert Stereo to Mono

Sometimes you may need to convert a stereo file to mono. Why? Some software may require the audio track in mono to create three-dimensional sound. Finally, you may want to reduce the size of the voice recording. Is there an easy way convert a recording to mono? To do this, you will need audio converter software. It support almost all popular audio formats - MP3, M4A, WAV, WMA, OGG, FLAC.

1 Download Stereo to Mono Converter

Download Stereo to Mono Converter from out site: http://www.abyssmedia.com/downloads/audioconverter.exe

3 Add Stereo Audio Files To Conversion List

Add the audio files from the "File" menu in batches. You can add few files at once or entire folder with stereo files. Audio Converter Plus can scan all subdirectories if you wish.

4 Choose the proper output folder.

At the right bottom field you can see an Output Folder option. Click the "Browse" button to set an output path, which will be the destination folder of converted Mono files.

5 Set the Conversion Options

Select preferred encoder from dropdown list and click the "Encoder options". Use the "Same as original" choice to keep original Sampling Rate, but use Mono for channel settings.

6 Start Converting

Click the orange "Convert" button, the conversion task will be started immediately.

Audio Converter Plus also support sample rate conversion if you need to combine two audio files with different sample rates.