I searched and didn't find any post on this topic, so I hope I'm not duplicating someone else's inquiry. I record a couple of local classical chamber music series for radio broadcast. For an upcoming gig, the solo classical pianist has asked me to turn over my files from his rehearsal and performance, so he can edit them himself. I've been doing classical field recording for radio off and on since 1978, and I've never had anyone ask for this before. (Maybe I've lived a sheltered life.) I'm reluctant to agree, for a couple of reasons. One is that I', always on a tight deadline because one of the stations I work for schedules broadcasts close to the concert dates, and many times I already have to rush my editing. I don't want to have to wait for someone else, whose fee doesn't depend on getting the job done! The other reason is that I have no clue what this guy's editing work sounds like. (He's a really fine pianist though.) I wouldn't want my name attached to something that wasn't up to my own standards. But I also don't want to offend him by asking for samples. What say y'all about this? Any suggestions or advice? Thanks!