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Aakash
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Hello friends check my new project and tell me what you think about it and my level of creation please.

Khep
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Very nice track. Good sound -

Very nice track. Good sound - with all the parts clear, and not conflicting.  Nice to hear an eastern rythm, too.  Maybe adding some stereo width to more parts would give the sound a little more depth, and atmosphere (?)

 

Aakash
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@Khep thanks for the comment

@Khep thanks for the comment,as you mentioned in your comment that adding stereo width to the more parts can make sound even better,if we change stereo width to the more parts no doubt the songs quality increases but when the headphone or earphone plugged in.
If hear the same song without the headphone or earphone it sounds like the flanger effect applied in the whole song I don't know why.
If you can do for me your most welcome I'll also try.
Thanks again.

Khep
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I've just started using

I've just started using Caustic, and the stereo width control is something I don't know much about.  So my comment was just a hunch.  Maybe someone more knowledgeable about Caustic and mixing can agree or disagree with the suggestion.  I always listen on headphones.

 

RobFarley
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The width control puts a

The width control puts a slight delay from left to right depending on which way you add the width. The flanging effect is when you play it if mono so you get the left starting a few milliseconds before the right (or vica versa) .

Width is something to use with caution. Personally to get a bit of stereo width to something I add a bit of reverb