How to convert mono to stereo audio without the -6dB loss in FPCX

Aaron shows you how to convert a mono audio file to stereo in FCPX. With a simple mono-to-stereo conversion, there is a -6dB loss that happens. Aaron shows you the trick of how to change the settings so you can overcome the -6dB drop from the conversion.

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