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  • October 21, 2019

    Pan for Ultimate Width

    Panning is by far the most crucial step for getting a wide stereo image.  Panning lets you place individual instruments, or even certain frequencies of instruments, in a particular spot within your stereo image - and go as wide as...

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  • October 18, 2019

    Using Reverb for a Three Dimensional Sound

    Using reverb is a classic mixing tool for adding width, but it’s also crucial for adding a third dimension to your mix: depth. By adding depth to your stereo image, you're also expanding the stereo image as a whole. Reverb...

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