DOS & DON’TS

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DO: Ex­per­i­ment with fil­ter­ing your de­layed sig­nal. This can give the orig­i­nal sig­nal room to breathe while still keep­ing the per­cep­tual ‘feel’ of the de­lay

DON’T: Dive into tweak­ing feed­back un­less you’ve got a lim­iter en­gaged. Many de­lay pro­ces­sors have them in-built for just this rea­son, but is yours switched on?

DO: Pan your de­layed sig­nals, and specif­i­cally, mod­u­late that pan­ning! By get­ting things mov­ing in­stead of re­ly­ing on static re­peats, you’ll get a real sense of evo­lu­tion, and a much wider sense of or­ganic move­ment

DON’T: Just stick to your DAW’s stock de­lay plugin. It may be great, but there are plenty more tonal­i­ties to be found with a var­ied col­lec­tion of tools

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