For those looking for a richer, fuller, rounder sound with presence then take a look at the following article and give it a bash:https://www.soundonsound.com/techniques/parallel-compression
I've gotten some amazing results so far (although still experimenting and learning of course). In my first attempt I used a limiter as opposed to a compressor (noted as an option in the article) and I added three compressed (limited) tracks to the master track (they go up to seven in that article which, I did try, but it was "too much") (for me anyway) (you can get to a point, well I did anyway, where you're defeating the object of the exercise in beefing up the "core" of your audio while leaving the transients etc. intact). Again: it's one of those things that you don't miss if you never had it but once you've heard it on a track it's hard to go back to the original (thin???) version.
Note that the idea came from watching those "Mix With The Masters" videos (details on another thread above).