Convert Mono Sounds To Simulated Stereo
Suppose I have a mono MP3 file, like the type of file you get when you use a You Tube ripper script on Ubuntu Linux that downloads the video and pulls out the audio. Suppose I want to convert a mono file into simulated stereo?
According to one article I read, this is the process:
1. Copy the mono file twice and feed it into a L and R channels.
2. By a couple microseconds, delay the playing of the R channel so that it starts later.
3. Take the L channel and change the reverb ever so slightly.
4. Take an EQ to the L channel as well as the R channel and change it so that the sound is slightly fuller and exactly the same on the L and R channels. Then, ever so slightly, change the R channel and alter the EQ in the lows, mid, and high just a tiny bit, but not too much.
So if that's the case, does anyone know how I could achieve this on Ubuntu Linux at the command line? Or, has anyone tried doing this with Jokosher?