We often tend to take for granted what’s right in front of us. Particularly when it comes to effects plug-ins. Love the one your with before straying! Logic’s venerable Stereo Delay is often overlooked, but hopefully not forgotten. In this video, I show you how I use it on a mono guitar solo to add a nice stereo thickening quality before the signal is sent to reverb.
Particularly noteworthy in this plug-in, which did I mention all Logic users have for free, is the ability to set the left and right side parameters completely independently. When working with a stereo input signal, the crossfeed, phase invert, and ping pong routing options really come to life. But even with a mono signal, this trusty standby can breathe a lot of life into an ordinary signal.