Even in a well-crafted mix, sometimes a little “something extra” is needed to add more width and depth to a sound to give it its own space.
With nearly unlimited track options, mixes are often becoming denser. We need tools and techniques that take us beyond EQ, dynamics and traditional effects so we can get more control of the stereo image.
Try this excerpt from an in-depth tutorial from Gobbler instructor Pete Dowsett.
He creatively uses the NUGEN Audio Stereoizer to give an effected electric guitar more width and depth so it can find its own place in the mix.