5 Creative Ways To Process Your Synth Pads

Synth Pads don’t have to be just a filler ingredient! 

Not only are they a go-to tool to break up the monotony from your repeated lead & bass melodies, but pads can serve as rich, stereo melodic elements that fill your frequency spectrum up for a fuller mix.

Lynda Arnold’s article on Ask Audio that detail five go-to processing techniques that will take your pad sounds from boring presets to lush, evolving soundscapes.

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