I'm pretty much new in the whole business of recording arts..
but I really do need some ideas to this..
there are many ways of achieving a "warmth" and feel of "strength" at the mixing stage no doubt about it...but what actually makes a recordings soundscape wide and full?
it is true that by breaking that signal (say just a single layer recording of a guitar track on 2 channels: L/R) and applying about 15 miliseconds of delay (also panned L/R) actually gives a wider sound scope?
i would really like to know...perhaps what i am trying to ask is too subjective..but just answer me anyways...your replies might actually be the answer i'm looking for..