placing things higher in the mix
What would your reach for to place something higher in the mix? What I mean is to have the element seem to come from a higher vertical point in the speaker. I know that frequency places things higher, panning gives you l/r and verbs/delays give you front/back when you manipulate early reflections, but if you wanted to make something have the perception of coming from a higher point and you didn't want use a low cut/high pass filter to the point of making the part sound unnatural, what would you do?
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