A good friend of mine - a DJ at a local radio station - does an annual Awards Show for the local independent music scene. The attendees will most likely be made up primarily of local band members and their mgmt types. This year he is putting together a seminar in addition to the awards show. He has asked me to do a "session" for the seminar on Mastering. Now, I am NOT a public speaker - that's why I'm behind a console and not behind a mic. That's where you guys come in... What do you think would be the easiest, most comfortable and most informative format for the "class"? Should I give a brief explanation of Mastering benefits and techniques and then open up for Q&A or what...? I welcome any and all ideas as to what sort of topics about Mastering would you present in a seminar (or would want to be presented if you are attending to get educated)? I tend to get too deep into the technical stuff instead of painting a broad picture of what mastering is and does and what it can do for their music. All help in how to give 'em just enough of what they want to know is appreciated. I am intending to make available to the attendees a demo CD of my Mastering work for their reference. Good idea? Bad idea? Other material needed? This is a low profile deal but will be a great opportunity for me to gain needed exposure in the local scene so I want to make it as Pro as I can give the right impression. Thanks for your help in advance.