off hand theres a couple ways to do this....
you can buy a sound card that has an option to reverse the channels, my wifes PC has a creative soundblaster audigy card, that card can do it and it only cost ~$20, im sure theres alot of other inexpensive sound cards that can do the same
you can use free open source audio tools to create and then burn a 'corrected' copy of the remastered edition
1. download CDex
2. insert the CD, start CDex
3. Go to Convert > Extract CD track(s) to WAV file
4. The WAV files by default are saved to a folder in My Documents\My Music
5. download Audacity
6. Repeat steps 7 - 13 for each WAV file
7. Open the WAV file with Audacity
8. Click the down arrow on the left side of the track, Select 'Split Stereo Track'
9. Click the down arrow of the top track, Select 'Move Track Down'
10. Click the down arrow of the top track, click 'Left Channel'
11. Click the down arrow of the bottom track, click 'Right Channel'
12. Click the down arrow of the top track, click 'Make Stereo Track'
13. The channels are now reversed. To save the WAV file Chose File > Export as WAV file.
14. Open the corrected WAV files with Media Player and burn them to CD.
Last edited by Octopulse; 03-05-2008 at 06:18 PM.
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