Greetings all, At some point I will be sending my cubendo mix to a mixer working in Pro Tools, and will probably render all VSTis etc. to 24 bit wavs. Ideally I would like to send bounced versions of the original vocal recordings for the vocal tracks so as to have any and all processing done by the mixer at that stage. However the mixer cannot spend time tuning vocals so I will be doing this myself which adds a step of processing in the vocal tracks I will be sending out. So the question is what should I be rendering these melodyne edits to: 32 bit or 24 bit? Is there a general consensus on this? Secondly, the levels of the original recordings vary widely in a few comped sections (an error of sorts), well beyond what you would leave compression to sort-out: Would I be best off doing any gain changes in melodyne so as to present a normal file, or would it not be best to do only the most minimal pitch/time changes and leave the engineer to sort out all levels, that would have the benefit that in parts (where not melodyned) I would still be presenting the original untouched vocal recordings. I could also set the various event levels and these may well carry over to the pro tools session. All the above in the interest of the quality of the final result. I have found various posts that are similar bit none that hit the mark. A.C.