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  1. This might be interesting for all those who want add more depth to the mix and separate the frequencies of the instruments, vocals and synths much more and in a much cleaner, more realistic way. Lots of you might already have mastered the skill of creating a vital and structured stereo panorama - the skill of placing instruments and other signal sources alongside the x-axis between the left and the right side to get a clean mix. But even with a well-structured panning of the sound sources between the left and the right side, the final soundtrack might still sound kinda flat. So, a
  2. Hi everyone, I'm working on a song with a call and response structure and currently, my vision is to have each guitar panned left and right. They will be changing duties between playing lead and rhythm guitar and I've done some testing on my own and so far, I'm not liking the way how abrupt the hand-off of rhythm guitar duty is sounding so I wanted to see if there's anyone else who's done something similar or knows maybe a trick or tool that I could use to make the transitions sound smooth. Here's a screenshot of what my tracks look like at the moment, if that's any help. I'm using Reaper 5.
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