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“Treat stereo sounds in mono to make them sound different – people are not really used to hearing a simple mono synthesizer sound anymore – so this can add a lot of vintage attitude and uniqueness to your track.
"Or why not go back a bitand use stereo sounds in mono mode? Let’s say you have a pad or lead sound with wide stereo panning – you can introduce itin the mix by downgrading it to mono and narrowing the stereo basis of this sound. There are many plug-ins that do this, such as Logic’s Direction Mixer and the Waves S1 Imager.
“You can even add some evolution to the sound in the track: open up the stereo basis of the sound at a later stage – when you want a track to ‘get bigger’ for the climax or the chorus, for example...”