Hello, I am working with a local college rock band. I have worked a deal ($75 per song, six songs total) for the project that everyone has agreed with. We have tracked and overdub'd and we are getting ready for mixing. My question is how far do I go in making these guys sound good (better than they might actually be)? I could be overdubing for days. They are happy with the project but the lead vox is off key on a couple notes, the lead guitar pops in some bad notes, the bass player say's that he tuned but is not always right on. They want to sell it to there friends at the college and I want to get more business but it could get to the point where I don't make any money (hours vs. dollars). Do a draw a line on the performance issue and settle for the "as good as you can get it" from the band or do I fix all the little problems? They are tight and sound good but every now and then something will stick out. I have not been doing any digital editing. I thought that we would mix the "old fashion way" on a console without automation. We are tracking/mixing at a studio on ADAT's and a Mackie 32.8 (not my space). How do you deal with this issue? Thanks.