Stereo Imaging Tutorial
Those techniques are what separates a good producer from an outstanding one. Stereo Imaging your sounds during the production/mixing phase makes a lot of sense. Learn how to do this fast and easy in this Tutorial.
Stereo Imaging is the process of controlling the wideness of your sound and avoid anti phasing. It`s an incremental skill to have as a music producer and actually less complicated to do than you might think.
First, you want to actually see what is happening inside your stereo signal. In the case of Ozone 9, the MB Stereo Imager, fortunately, comes with a build-in Analyzer. If you only see a needle in the middle as your signal, you actually have a Mono signal in front of you. If you have a stereo signal you should see the stereo signal spreading inside or potentially outside the stereo triangle. If the Signal is to narrow, you can enlarge it. If the signal is too wide and causes an antiphase you should make it narrower with the imager.
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