My friend was videotaped playing at a local radio station, and I am charged with the task of making the audio sound like it was not recorded from a video camera. The performance included a singer/acoustic guitar, acoustic guitar, and djembe/shakers. I extracted the audio just fine, and here is what I did: I cloned the track twice, for a total of three. I put one far left, one center, and one far right. I tried to find the singer's eq range in the center, the low djembe eq range in the left, and the guitar eq range in the right. Obviously the instruments overlap, but I tried to separate them as best as possible. I did this because in the original track, the drum was too loud and the voice was too soft. I balanced them as well as possible, and brought the outer two tracks closer to the center so it didn't sound as weird. The last thing I did was added a touch of reverb to the center track to add a little ambience. Is there anything else you guys would recommend based on what I've said so far, or is there anything inherently wrong without you guys listening? Thanks!