It's not worth the expense nor the trouble to go to court for this small amount i think. Out of pure principle and to piss them off i should do it but i don't have time to waste on them anymore. I'm just going to take it as a learning experience like BLUELightCory said. The money is not setting me back or anything, it would be nice to have but its not a huge issue. It just disgusts me that they would do something like this when i was trying to help out their band. They've even showed these new mixes to some local label and other producers to try to get signed and they where told that i did a good job. All of a sudden because they're starting to get "big", and they get a little attention from the labels, they decide i'm not good enough for them. They're not even that good, i had to fucking slip edit the shit out of that album to make it sound halfway decently tight. ::XeS:: That is very similar to what is going on here. They kept saying the sound was great then all of a sudden its not good, then they say they don't have the time or money to put on an old album anymore and they want to focus on the new material instead. Some of the funniest comments come from the signer. There is this one song that he told me was perfect, his exact words where "Spot on! sounds bad ass!" and i re-confirmed with him at least 3 or 4 times before "locking" the song as finished, even checked with the guitarist to be sure and he said not to touch anything. Then he sends me a message a couple of days later saying that he doesn't like it, drums don't sound good, i ask him wth he's talking about since he already said it was good and now he's changing his mind and he says "Well.. i hadn't really listened to the whole song, but now i did and i don't like it". All this was via email or sms, i tried calling the guy and he doesn't answer and then gives me a lame excuse about how he doesn't talk on the phone because he "doesn't like talking on the phone and he's not a phone person". Now he's saying he is all sorry and it was not his decision but a band decision.