<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr>Originally posted by Mark Totton:
I understand that this forum is really for the pro's, but I couldn't find anywhere else which seemed suitable, so I hope you will forgive me.
Like many other amateurs I follow this forum closely and try to pick up any advice, comments and suggestions and to learn from them. One idea that I haven't seen put into practice (if it has been details would be appreciated) is as follows:
If one, or more, of you guys were willing to upload an example of the "raw" tracks before you start doing your magic and the final results afterwards I think it would demonstrate far better than written words a lot of the principles that are discussed here. Two .wav file of a couple of minutes of music before and after would do it.
Just a thought
This forum is NOT just for Pro's. I encourage new and amateur engineers to ask questions, and to interject when they have a particular knowledge or thought on something.
Pro's can learn from the questions of amateurs. This is also a musicians forum, and I know that musicians often find themselves in a mixing scenario, and if there is a question, it should be asked.
In regards to your concept of supplying raw tracks and a final product, we are planning on doing something similar to this. You can check out The Ultimate Idea thread, and see what I'm talking about.