Just get a stereo delay, mute the source, turn down the feedback. then set left to 0 ms and right to lets say… 10ms (fiddle around!). that will expand your sound rather nicely! i wouldnt use it on most drums and bass track but its nice on chord things or some vocal!
it`s also cool on the midrange bass sounds, i do this very often. and a lot of other do this too, especially on drum&bass (neurofunk) tracks!
this is what is known as the haas effect.
Playing with 0901 or 0902 values usually did this in the past as well… it messes up if your samples are a bit too large in size though…
sweet ill try that one out!
That one is usually called “Chan Delay” on guitar processors. Very commonly used effect with guitars.
or you could just do this:
2 tracks, same sample/instrument, triggered at the same time.
1 hard pan L
2 hard pan R
then use D1 or whatever value and you’ll get the same effect.
it works out really really nicely on a shamisen i recorded, just the same as nudging a track in a DAW.