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A common studio trick to create a much bigger recorded sound is to double-track the take.
If you’re disciplined, the best way to do it is by playing the exact same thing twice (or more) on separate tracks of your recorder.
A quicker approach is to duplicate the track and add a super-short doubling delay (less than 20ms), or the most minute amount of pitch shifting to simulate the natural differences in two takes.
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