Hi everyone, I'm a wet behind the ears newbie. In the coming months I'll be doing a series of language recordings for a program I'm working on. These will be done with mixers and microphones in a home studio type environment(exact equipment to be determined). Anyway, my question is based around the fact that I'll have hours of recorded audio transcripts, several voice actors, and hundreds of conversations. In your opinion would it be better to record each person's lines individually and splice them together or include everyone that will be in the conversation on the same recording session? With option 1 I would think you would have less "takes" and screw ups since 1 person could focus on their lines. But you'd have much higher editing costs(if it's even possible) taking their sound bites and adding the person opposite them in the conversation after each line. With option 2 it would require almost zero editing but you could be in the studio for hours on end if someone keeps screwing the recording up half way through. Not sure if I'm looking at this the right way or not. Opinions and thoughts please, would love to hear what you think. Thanks!!