Hey Justin, against all my will and beliefs, I finally resorted to using elastic audio and quantizing the drum tracks of a band I'm recording, purely because in my basic studio, I don't have isolated rooms, so the band have to track separately. This process does not often lend itself well to sloppy, loose rhythm sections trying to play tight, proggy songs! I'd like to know, how much quantizing is done on the major records on major labels these days? Ie - is it obvious once you start working with a band who benefits from a bit of looseness in their sound (live room tracking the better option) and who needs lots of work with the computer and individual tracking to sound tight? Taylor Hawkins dropped the "I wish we had have Protooled the f#*k out of this record, at least it would be perfect!" when talking about a late snare hit on Wasting Light. I wonder if even the Foos feel the pressure for some records to be "perfect"? Kind regards, Elliot.