it will change they way feels but not the actual amount of recoil.
Lighter springs usually cause less muzzle rise but you can feel a more harsh impact of the slide against the frame.
Heavier springs usually have more muzzle rise, less impact on the rearward travel of the slide but more on the return to battery.
regardless of spring there will always be the same amount of energy being transferred into the gun then into your hand.
Since recoil is a perception there is no right way to determine what a spring change may do for you. But you must be careful if you get too much spring then the gun won't cycle reliably when shooting one handed.