The Afterneath pedal is pretty astounding, although it may be more extreme than you want.
Now I have to figure out how to change my LD e-address after I've long since forgotten my passwords.
All LD missives are going into my hateful spam-magnet Verizon address and now that I have resolved to be less of a stranger, I'll have to steer your words into a better harbor.
Hey, at least I'm not one of those noobs who just types "unsubscribe" to the whole list :-D
Yours in David Torn,
From: Ted Killian <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, June 8, 2015 10:36 PM
Subject: Re: Spatial Effects
Dual comb filters (haven't done in a long time and tedious), or if you have a guitar with a Roland hex pickup and compatible GR/VG box, setting every other string to pan hard right or left has a wonderful way of spreading out the sound.
On Jun 8, 2015, at 3:48 PM, Kevin Cheli-Colando <email@example.com
> I was wondering what effects people were happiest with that gave the most dramatic 'spatial' sounds. What I mean is those effects that seem to take a sound and make it exist in more of the sonic plane. Reverb is an obvious example as are panning effects and chorus/phase/flangers but I'm looking for the more unconventional (or unconventional use perhaps). I like the sounds that seem to hit the air and spray like the surf against the rocks if that's not too poetically stretched a metaphor.