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AnandaRizky
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stereo quality track on caustic?

still curious about it dude. want to got some stereo track without phasing problems in mono. sometimes (and as always) i used some stereo widening on mixer  channel and it's sound not good at all. i listed using my speakers in mono. there is some phasing issues from its own. my mix sounds clear when using some headphone, but no, while i used mono speakers. any tips and trick would be helpful.cool

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first tip would be to avoid

first tip would be to avoid using Width on bass instruments, that's where phase issues become apparent.

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i have never widening the

i have never widening the bass, Rej.i put this one on mono. another tip?is some ,modular machine input would be helpful to made some high quality stereo track? and how ?

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The only way is to have two

The only way is to have two or modulars with the same machine input set to different pan positions...it's tricky.  Stereo tracks are probably coming soon...at least rumor has it. 

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1. You can use the chorus

1. You can use the chorus insert effect with the "stereo triangle/sine" option.

2. In a demo video I found a set-up of the modular synth with two VCOs (one for left, one for right) with a slight detune. Obviously, this makes a good stereo bass effect in lower frequencies. (The two signals can be routed into one dual-channel filter component, such that cut-off and resonance work equally on both sides.)

 

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i have done it. but actually

i have done it. but actually it's still phased-sounded.

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will try it, thanks dude. i

will try it, thanks dude. i didn't thought about it, lol.

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What instrument are you

What instrument are you trying to gain a more spacial spread?
The Width effect is not ideal for bass or main drumlines.... Even if it "sounds good" with headphones.... What you hear directly pumped into your ears is a bit different perception of space when heard thru monitors.

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some leads and pads, Jason. i

some leads and pads, Jason. i putted kicks and basses in mono. is it right?

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For leads, you can use a

For leads, you can use a Chorus effect, followed by a stereo delay with a fast rate and minimal feedback.

For pads, how I do it, is simply soak it in a thick stereo delay with moderate feedback.... This works well with animated sounds much like what I make, to bring out the best of the effects to give a real spacial presence in your track.

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Where is this stero delay you

Where is this stero delay you speak of?

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thank you in advance Sir (:

thank you in advance Sir (:

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I suppose Jason means ping

I suppose Jason means ping pong Delray which can be achieved with both the master delay and the insert delay.