Hi, Okay. Say someone owns a studio, and happens to not be making much money at the time, recording and producing. Sessions are few and far between. Say the owner is in debt, and any money he earns is already spent due to this. Say another producer/engineer/musician comes in and starts working at the studio, [not as an employee, but under the table]. The owner realises he's rad, and wants him to bring in his own clients, start making some money, and start a scene around the studio, get it happening again. 1. Should the owner insist on making a 67 percent profit on the acts the other guy brings in, his leverage being that he owns the studio, and for whatever else a reason? or, 2. Should the producer/engineer/musician get a profit of 60 percent, to make it worthwhile for himself, for bringing the studio business, [much] advertisement, and the like? 40 pecent to the owner for use of the studio, to supplement the owners income, and as a *huge* heartfelt thanks. any advice all around the board would be great.