Nowadays, most of the audio files we downloaded from internet are stereo, which is more vivid and fetching with better audio quality. Though mono has been replaced by stereo, there are still a great number of people who are in need of converting stereo files to mono for various purposes. For examples:
Q1: I have a lot of songs with different parts of a song in the left and right. In headphones, I lose half the song. This is particularly when I need to keep one ear free and cannot use both headphones. How do I change a stereo track to mono? Is there any way to change them to mono without making the quality deteriorated?
Q2: I have a Gemmy lightshow outside for Christmas entertaining and the lights don't work right with stereo songs on my MP3s. How do I switch them to mono? Is there a setting on my computer to do it? I'm using Windows 8.1 with Windows Media Player for the library.
If you have encountered these aforementioned troubles, there are 3 solutions offered for you to solve the issue of how to change stereo to mono without hassles. Just keep reading.
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