Seems that one day we all of a sudden "get it". For me it was when in like 1985-86, I was engineering at Mission Control Studios on Boylston St. in Boston. Jimmy Miller was Producing a 'Buddy Guy' record for Motown, and Joe Perry came in to do some guitar overdubs. This was one of my first times working with Jimmy, so I didn't really understand the way he worked. So I got a sound, had Joe play along with the sound to see if it worked in the track...stopped the tape and started to wind back while looking at Jimmy and Joe and saying 'yeah, I think that sound works...wanna take one?' Jimmy looked at me and said: "we should have been taking that one". I'll always remember that moment as an event that really changed the way I work. It wasn't just that I was working with 'famous dudes', it was that I ^#$%ed up working with 'famous dudes' and survived. More importantly, I never made that little error in judgement again. So...what changed your world?