Teamwork can have its frustrations. Especially in music, where your personal taste is pretty much what is driving your creativity. Have you guys ever had episodes when you were working on something with a friend and he'd just be extremely stubborn. You are certain that you are right, but obviously, to be so stubborn, he also is certain that he is right. We're working on a mix, first time we attempt to do a mix with that much amount of work into it (quad tracks, 2 mic per tracks, reamping, etc.). For some reason, the friend I am working with seems allergic to low end. Everytime he touches the mix he just completely removes the low end. And then, when we compare to a reference mix, it's terribly obvious our sound is ultra thin and boring. So I try to adjust it after him and then send him back, to see what he thinks. And he always comments "Hum I think there is too much bass". Sometimes I wonder if that is because he's a lot into punk music, as well as metal... perhaps they tend to be very dry and not boomy at all in their mix? But he very much like Andy Sneap mixes, and therefore, I don't get why he doesn't hear the significant difference. Don't get me wrong I don't like boomy mixes... but to remove all of it like it's the plague... Jesus... Have you ever had that kind of headache?