After removing my cabinets for a kitchen remodel I realized that the previous owners installed a new drywall ceiling below the existing ceiling after installing the previous cabinets.
Now I have a 10ft wide 13 inch length gap that I am filling with drywall to "even"/"finish" the ceiling for the new cabinets.
I noticed that at the center about 5 feet point of the ceiling where the new drywall meets the old, the old drywall is sitting about half an inch lower than the rest of the ceiling for about 6-8 inches. Will joint compound, mud and tape allow me to "hide" this dip?
85/ right above where the sink will be so no cabinets will cover it.! Dip starts towards the right side of the picture. [drywall ceiling] (https://i.stack.imgur.com/l0HMn.jpg)