I figured some of you might find it useful to learn about this neat little trick (or tricks) to create dimension to your mix:
There is of course the usual ones, such as an envelope of LFO on your pan, ping-pong delays, and reverb. The stereo delay was a new one that I came across and I was so delighted with it's effect that I'm sharing it here.
This track features successive processing of the same groove from an Analog Rytm. Added in sequence are: Analog Heat on saturation with highs and lows boosted (med drive, EQ both on 3 o'clock, full wet, HP filter with res at 11 o'clock and set to 18 Hz; wet signal level set to gain neutral); next is the stereo delay trick via addition of a Strymon DIG stereo delay (very very short on L and all the way down on R with min repeat and both channels full wet, pedal set to stereo mode, non-synced) with a low shelf applied at 200 Hz; third is side chain processing of the kick via DPR-402 with fast attack and release 1:4 and low threshold, high gain and parallel processed through a Hall of Fame in Church algo with 60% wet. Thought this might be a nice little features of a way to create depth and dimension with outboard FX.
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and here's where I learned about it: