Well, I've been put into a bit of a tricky situation today. I'm recording a band next week and planned on having at least 5 days to knock out all the tracking. 5 very long days and doing it the way I normally do, which is each person at a time to a click track. I spoke to the band today and they say they can't afford 5 days, 4 is still pushing it, and 3 is possible but unlikely. So now I'm looking at 2 days to record 10-11 songs. My game plan now is to record the guitars, bass, and drums playing together and saying "fuck it" to using click track. Oh, and getting all that done in one day. Day 2 will be for vocals and any quick overdubs that I have to do. Luckily, the studio I'm using has iso booths to store a guitar cab so the drum mics shouldn't pick up much bleed whatsoever. Lucky part number 2 is that the band isn't precision metal and they just have a dirty, raw sound to them as it is. Is there any advice you guys could give me other than "don't do it"? How would you handle this aside from cancelling/rescheduling? Despite being a stressful situation, I'm also really excited about possibly recording this way. It's gonna be like how records were made in the 50s.