5 Minutes To A Better Mix III: Mono Vocal Delays

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Part 25 of 31Are your stereo delays getting lost among all your other tracks? Feel like your delay and reverbs are taking away from any sense of clarity or space? Try a mono vocal delay.

One Specific Delay Location

The beauty of a mono vocal delay is that it’s fixed. It can echo and repeat for eternity, but only in one specific location in the stereo spectrum. This keeps all your clarity and mix separation in tact, but still gives you some ambience and effects to play with.

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