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offbrandcereals 10-22-2021 03:15 PM

Creating arrangements with space, while still feeling full
 
Well, it's pretty much all in the title. I figure there's probably some talented songwriters on here, and ppl who've been trained in the subject; so what are your thoughts on the matter? What techniques do you use to implement space in your songs, while not sacrificing the fullness/richness of the sound?
:shycouch:

bob_32_116 10-23-2021 02:10 AM

I thought this was going to be a thread about rearranging the furniture in your room after having a good meal.

Mucha na Dziko 10-26-2021 04:38 AM

I often just double the tracks.

Say you record a guitar, produce it enough for it to feel „full”, then I copy the track, turn the volume way down, add reverb and auto-panning. If you stack up enough instruments this way you get the full sound of the song, with space that is more felt than heard.

Oleg Vostyakov 11-24-2021 11:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by offbrandcereals (Post 2189407)
Well, it's pretty much all in the title. I figure there's probably some talented songwriters on here, and ppl who've been trained in the subject; so what are your thoughts on the matter? What techniques do you use to implement space in your songs, while not sacrificing the fullness/richness of the sound?
:shycouch:

This is my personal case. I'm adding a bit of reverb (for example Valhalla- Supermassive or delay) not so much but a little bit just to give some space on instrument.


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