Please read the following before answering that... :shock: I'm referrring to a particular recording, and to the tweakhead mentality in general. Excerpt from a cool piece of new chamber music So it's obviously a decent enough recording, but I've been pondering things such as adjusting the width (maybe a hair too wide?), adding a bit of verb, adding a slight presence boost (maybe a bit murky?), and adding some foundation (maybe a bit light in the 150 Hz range?). I've also pondered some rather stupid things such as NR and rolling of the ultra lows for rumble control (barely audible in the quietest moments. Anybody think that any of these things are actually valid? Tweakism is a disease, and I have tendencies toward it. Luckily, I know how silly it usually is, and I actively shun it. Still, the doubt is always there n some quantity. So, does anyone think that there's any good reasons for messing with this recording, or should I leave well enough alone? How 'bout in general? How do you learn to leave it alone?