My bands album was mixed by adam D early last year, and i recently found the old emails we exchanged with different mixes and what have you. I thought i would share it with you guys in case any of you are curious as to what Adam D does to his mixes. www.soundclick.com/456recordings Details: this was tracked with this forums very own "joeymusicguy" at Foundation Recordings in Connersville, IN. Keep in mind when you hear the unmixed stuff that joey did absolutely nothing as far as post processing goes, so its not much of a representation of what he can do(check out www.myspace.com/foundationrecording for what he can do). I just uploaded three different versions of two songs. One is completely unmixed, one is the first mix adam sent us, and the third is the final (unmastered) mix we ended up with after several email exchanges and eq changes and whatever else. The guitars were reamped with "The ol' standby...an old 5150 through a mesa cab with vintage 30s" according to adam. Thoughts anyone? I personally think now days joey could have provided us with a better mix, but that's just my personal opinion. oh, and a funny quote from adam. When i asked him what his secret for good pinch harmonics was, his reply was "Dude, you just gotta smack it and shake it like it owes you money!!!"