Originally Posted by iceythe
I've used stereo enhancers on rhythm tracks in the past, but not anymore. There are more delicate ways to increase perception of a wider stereo field. One way is to actually pull certain frequencies (50-80+ Hz, generally low-end boom) innwards using a multiband stereo tool like GMulti. Another way is to quad track with mixed panning, which always produces true and differential sources in stereo. Whatever you do, always make room for the rest of the composition.
Couldn't ask for a more helpful answer! Thanks. I'm gonna check out GMulti. I guess I'll just have to play around with it to figure it all out.