That's an interesting idea. I don't think a good tutorial exists yet. Mixing is easier to teach, but I'd love to be proved wrong :-)
But one of the reasons that Mastering engineers and pro studios still exist is because mixing or mastering in a normal everyday room with reflections and inconsistent sound traps etc is very difficult.
The room, speaker setup, bass traps etc are all really important when mastering and mixing.
There is a possibilty of a tutorial based on setting up the studio that could be of interest:
What i would suggest is to check out the mixing series tutorials for electronica and rnb... and experiment with the adlimiter and the Output 1-2's Channel strip settings.
Do check out the Plug-ins unplugged tutorial as it talks in depth about how to use the compressor, limiter and ad limiter amongst other great plug-ins :-)