I have read a lot of thread, tips, tutorials on the internet about "carve out space for each instrument".
They suggest use EQ to do that - yah, I know that. Someone suggest some tips:
1. choose right sound for each instrument (base on your taste)
2. Determine each instrument's frequency (which range of frequency is the main and giving natural sound)
3. Use EQ to boost main range frequency and cutoff (a little bit or more - base on your taste) unnecessary range frequency.
Yah, with step 1 and 2, it's so easy for me. But, the step 3, I have some confuse (maybe don't understand).
Example: I have instrumental 1 have main range (with giving natural sound - for my taste) from 300Hz - 3kHz, and instrumental 2 have almost the same range (from 350Hz - 3.5 kHz).
Can anybody help me some techniques, tips to solve my problem I want to both of them show up with unconflict each others.
Someone told me that using Stereo Enhancer to solve this, but when I tried to use it, its sound is really bad
And another problem about panning, please take a look picture below (I tried to draw it but it's not beautiful like my desire)
How can I adjust to give instrument show up in desire range (in the picture above, range A B C D E F) (I know using pan but, Stereo Pan I do not have experience - I've just known panning left/right)
Thanks for reading and helping me :X
p/s: I'm using FL Studio 10 - Izotope Ozone 5 - Waves plugin