Whittle up a widener
There’s one more similar effect you can achieve with delay that’s not usually thought of in the same category as phasing, chorus and the suchlike: the Haas effect is more a scientific principle than a processor, but it has real and immediate implications. If you take a signal and delay just one channel – the left or right stereo feed – by one millisecond, the sound seems to come from the other side. It’s a very obvious effect to hear on headphones but works on speakers too. To experiment further with the Haas effect, try delay times up to 30ms, feedback, and messing with your delay’s dry/wet mix amount.