Daniel Wyatt shares an invaluable tip for mastering: The Mid-Side EQ Technique, also known as The Sum & Difference Technique, which is an amazing technique you can use to adjust the stereo width of tracks and make them wider.

Daniel Wyatt is using the Ozone 4 mastering plug-in, but this is a universal mastering technique you can apply using any host application. Daniel Wyatt shows you how to navigate the Parametric EQ section of Ozone, switching between the Side EQ (used for wide-panned stereo information such as synths, pads, percussions, reverb etc.) and the Mid EQ (used for kick, snare, bass, lead vocals, instruments, etc.)

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