Haas Effect Alterations

Haas Effect Alterations
#AudiotentTip 208. Haas Effect Alterations.
When one side of the channel is delayed by a few milliseconds (Between 1 & 40ms) from the other, it creates a stereo widening effect. This can be very useful to spread mono sounds into stereo and works particularly well with percussive material.
When using this on multiple sounds, try to alter the delayed signal from left to right. This will give an overall more balanced stereo field compared to using the same setting on different channels.

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