How to Set Tracks to Mono in Mixcraft
By James Gilmore
Updated September 22, 2017
Mixcraft is a digital recording program created by Acoustica. It features both mono and stereo recording capabilities. Whether you want to record in mono or only play one channel of a recorded track, you can do so with small tweaks to Mixcraft's interface.
Click an audio clip.
Click "Channels" in the Sound menu.
Click "Left Channel" or "Right Channel," according to your preferences.
Choosing a Recording Input
Click the little arrow on the "Arm" button on the track header of a track.
Click the sound device you are using to record a mono signal.
Click "Right" or "Left," depending on where you plugged in your recording device.
James Gilmore has written professionally since 2005. Since then, he has written and proofread obituaries for "The Press & Sun-Bulletin" in Binghamton, N.Y., press releases for "Goals, Seminars and Consultants" and articles for Made Man and various other websites. He writes a good deal of music-related content and holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from Ithaca College.