There is a very easy solution withmore or less acceptable results. That's
the LADSPA multivoice chorus. I think it's in the SWH or even CMT suite.
From that easy solution you can move up slowly. Load a couple of tracks in
whatever host you like (ardour, ams...) spread them in the stereo panorama and
1. slightly shift them in time (delay)
2. get them out of phase
3. Use a pitch-shifter plugin for detuen
4. Try chorus effects(?)
5. Try the TAP doubler or similar
The best results are still achieved if you play the instruments a couple of
times. Where hydrogen is concerned: Best try to get in some live performance
or use some randomness to vary the samples used and the exact location of the
drum shots... Introduce randmoness or change to ass many parameters as
possible, especially if your drums only have one layer of samples!
With something like a guitar is naturally best to really play it twice, for
the guitar is alive. At least go for twice or thrice, with that and some
stereo spreadng you can already achieve good effects.
I hope this helps. If you need some specific plugin references let me know
and I'll hunt them down.
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