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WavePad can convert a file's sample rate or number of channels. This change applies to the whole file (you cannot change just parts of the file).

To convert the sample rate of the current file use the menu Edit -> Convert Sample Rate and select the new sample rate. The sample rate must be between 6000 and 192000 samples per second. Typical sample rates are displayed in the pull down list.

To convert the channels of the current file (stereo to mono or vice versa) select Edit -> Convert Channels.

A typical reason for converting the sample rate down is when you know it is going to be used on the telephone (8000 mono) or if you are about to compress the file for internet transmission (e.g., GSM takes 11025 or 8000 mono). For a broad explanation about sample rates see General Audio Concepts [http://help.nchsoftware.com/help/en/wavepad/win/concepts.html]

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Once you have added the audio file on WavePad, you may go to 'Edit' tab then select 'Split'>'Split into Components Channel', if the file originally in stereo, there will be new added tabs on WavePad. In total, there will be 3 tabs, the original file, the left channel and right channel. You may then save them separately as mono or as you prefer.

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