The thing to keep in mind is that this is a stereo width value.
What it does is make summing the stereo signals and amplifying the side signal while bringing the common parts down.
If you have a mono signal, there will be no affect at all.
Unlike some other plugins, which for example use "allpass filters" that are applied to both stereo signals differently (examples are Izotopes Imager and Polyverse Wider [Both Free ]) to artificially create stereo.
Alternatives are using a short reverb or chorus, or using the "fake stereo" preset in EQUO which pans specific bands to the left and right, creating stereo differences and making the sound wider.
Edison does what its supposed to and just merges or widens existing differences.
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