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But I refuse to use Pro Tools!
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I think asking could be a good idea, but sharing a session file sounds like a not-so-easy approach... The other user should have licenses for all the plugins used in the mixing session... and we're supposing all the magic is happening fully in-the-box: if some processing goes outside the DAW, then replication becomes even harder.
On the other hand, I think that documenting a session is ALWAYS a good habit for an engineer (even if not requested by the customer, since that kind of records build up a valuable knowledge base for the studio), and sharing (part of) that documentation could be an interesting additional service offered to the customer, whenever they are interested in understanding how the result was attained.
Warning: learning from others' work is important and effective, but forget to find "easy solutions" or "magic spells" in the work done by your fellow engineer: something wonderfully working in one specific case could not necessarily be the correct approach in other cases...
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