#1
So, I usually triple track my recordings. However, I've recently recorded an improvised solo that I can't replicate. Any tips to make it sound thicker?
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#2
Reverb, delay (a really short delay could do it, or you could combine it with a longer one for an interesting effect), chorus, and/or a different tone if you're using amp sims.
#3
Quote by sandyman323
Reverb, delay (a really short delay could do it, or you could combine it with a longer one for an interesting effect), chorus, and/or a different tone if you're using amp sims.



Already got those effects on, pleased with the tone as it is, it could just do with something to make it stand out more.
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#4
Did you boost any EQ frequencies? I generally boost 3-5k on a solo to get it to stand out. Around 3k you get increased attack presence, and around 5k you get it to stick out of the mix a bit more as that is where the vocals would be.
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#5
EQ and panning should solve the problem.
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#6
A bit of compression won't hurt, either.
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#7
Try this:

-copy it and paste it so you have two identical tracks
-pitch-shift one of them up about 3 cents and the other one down about 3 cents.
-move one of them forward or backward somewhere around 10 ms.

From there, you can play with the values. Instead of 3 cents, try five... or four. Whatever. Instead of 10ms, try 12 or 15. In any case, do not go to 20 or past, or the listener will start hearing it as two separate tracks, rather than one thicker one.

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