#productiontip #stereo #width
Adding Stereo Width.
Here are a few quick ways to help give your mono sounds a bit more stereo width!
- Stereo Delay. Perhaps the easiest way to give a stereo effect is add some delay to your track. Ping-Pong delay, timed to the tempo of your track will add instant depth!
- Reverb. If delay is the most popular method, then reverb would follow close behind. Try adding a very subtle amount of reverb with a lengthy decay to create a great spot of ambience in your track!
- Parallel Processing. Parallel processing through e.g. a bus track is a useful tool to get some subtle stereo width. With duplicate signals, you can auto-pan, add any of the effects above, and more for some really cool sounds!