If you listen to the headphones on this Green Day cover I did (https://persobourhis.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/green-day-basket-case.mp3), you’ll hear the same guitar sound twice (after the intro guitar) , but with one on the left and the other on the right.
I did this with Logic Pro X, using the panning of each track. So I had to record the same guitar part twice. The guitar on the left is at -20 and the guitar on the right is at +20.
Before using the Quad Cortex, I could also use a Logic Pro effect: the Spreader (Stereo Spread in Logic Pro for Mac - Apple Support) which gives more or less the same result, but didn’t require recording the same guitar part twice.
So my question is: how can I achieve this result with the Quad Cortex while only recording my guitar once?
I’ve tried lots of things, and the only way I’ve found so far that gives more or less the same result is to add a Digital Delay (ST) block to the chain (Digital Delay ( ST) — Postimages).
Thanks for your help.
PS: I’m French and use a translator to write this message…