Hello, I recently had to quickly put a personal demo together for a band opportunity before the audition. I had 10 short clips on various songs. It started with recording a previous demo CD from a band that plays Latiny-rock styles, singing a jazz-pop ballad, and playing something bluesy and fast(4 songs). The next two songs were from a big band demo CD and it had me improvising on a bluesy song followed by a jazz ballad on upright. Then they wanted something funky so I used my 4 track and plugged in some tracks from the Jamerson CD/book and then played along (part of each song) for 3 songs of various styles/tempos. The leader was okay with me sending with on tape. I'm just wondering if I did this right. How high tech are demos supposed to be? Should I get one of my MIDI knowledgeable friends to redo this better? The format of the band is comprised of various styles of music. My own criticisms are that I did not have anything real recent on the demo and I don't think the balance on the funk tracks was very good -- too much bass. Thanks for any opinions.