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Use the Room

Adding some natural ambience from a room mic that’s back a few feet from the source can really increase the sense of size and space in a recording. Record the ambience mic or mics to separate tracks, so you can blend in to taste later. To create broader stereo spread, try putting the dry/close-miked track on the right side of the mix, and pan the ambience to the left side (or vice versa).

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