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OUr church has a tascam cc22mkiii. We are recording CDs from sermons. We have a older Peavey AMP and two custom speakers attached, with Shure mics. The guys were supposedly "fine-tuning" their recording.NOw instead of hearing recordings through left and right, it is only in one direction. We can't figure out what we're doing wrong. Pls help..

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The issue is either on the playback ..or in recording ...check the disk in another player and see if it works stereo ...(or at least on both speakers) if it does it means the issue is from the amplifier and it is from the balance button ..it is set far left or right instead of in the middle ..
If the recorded material plays back in only one channel this is from the mixer..or form the software used to record..and it is from balance too ...and need to be tuned again ..

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