I've been doing that dangerous thing again -- thinking! I have a studio. I love using it and working with all kinds of gear; guitar stuff, keyboard stuff, plugins, hardware, mics, and so on. The studio is something I'm pretty good at working. My studio manager is a videographer/editor who has done lots of commercial and film work. I have contacts with musicians and studios all over the world, some big-time, some not so big-time, but all are very good at what they do. I also guest lecture from time to time on matters of interest to musicians, such as music production, music rights, licensing and related matters, at both the university and law school level. So there's some expertise that's probably just sitting around waiting for an audience, one might think. Anyway, I was thinking "What if I put all this together, and created a YouTube channel? Would anybody be interested in it? And if so, what would people like the members here be most interested in seeing?" On the other hand, I'm no Pete Thorn when it comes to the guitar; he's a lot deeper into his instrument, I'm deeper into using the studio as a production tool, but there's some overlap. Obviously I can play a little, and obviously, a guy like Pete can work the studio pretty well, too. So my stuff would be more of a mixed bag. On the other hand, I'd be into showing people how to work mics, set up gear, work software, and so on. Is this worthwhile or a complete waste of time/energy? I'd love some feedback on this.