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How To Use a Mono Delay to Create Stereo Width in Your Mix

If you want to learn how to use mono delays to create a stereo effect, this week’s video is for you!

HAAS effects are a great way to add depth and width to your mixes and in this week’s video, I’m going to show you how to do just that.

We’re using a guitar solo in this example, but it’s my hope that this technique will open your eyes up to experimenting with your sessions to come up with something cool and unique for your own tracks.

Check it out below!

Thanks again to Katie Haverly for allowing me to use their session in these videos, and special thanks to Ben Nisbet for the great guitar performance.

Remember that Jordan Valeriote’s Full-Stack Producer series is only available for a few more days, so if you haven’t watched the videos already, it’s almost too late.

Check out all the details on what being a Full-Stack Producer can mean for making a bigger impact in your audio career.

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About Audio Issues and Björgvin Benediktsson

At Audio Issues you’ll learn simple and practical audio production tips you can use right away to improve your music from your home recording studio.  Björgvin is the best-selling author of Step By Step Mixing and the founder of Audio Issues. He helps musicians and producers turn amateur demos into professionally produced records they can be proud to release.

We help home studio musicians and project studio producers make a greater musical impact in their lives by teaching them the skills needed to grow their hobbies and careers. We do this by offering simple and practical music production and success skills they can use right away to level themselves up – while rejecting negativity and gear-shaming from the industry. A rising tide floats all boats and the ocean is big enough for all of us to surf the sound waves.

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