Mike Stranks wrote:Do you know how this track was recorded/mixed? Do you have access to the original guitar track(s).
I've just had a very quick listen to the sample you've provided. I've only used my ears, but I suspect that the guitar part was recorded with one mic and that it has either been put through some sort of 'stereoising' process or it has been duplicated and then delayed by a few milliseconds with each track then panned left/right.
Just my initial impressions having listened to about 30 seconds...
Hi Mike. Thanks for listening but I think the best way to see what I mean is to actually open up the clip (it is only a few bars long) and test the side & mid channels so you can see what I mean.
If the guitar was recorded with one mic and duplicated, or if the the copy was delayed by a few miliseconds as you say then when auditioning the "sides" in any mid side plugin, the guitar signal would be somewhat removed and the uncorrelated signal would be what is left as the sides = L - R but in this case, the guitar is perfectly audible in the "side" so how can this be?