My band just finished it's first day of recording, and we decided we are going to pay the guy recording us as we go, ie pay for the day because we are going to be in and out over the next 6 weeks probably. (basically when people have time) So It makes sense that we should split it all 4 ways equally, right? I guess I'm cool with the principle of this, because we are all an equal part of the album, but it dawned on me that I'm going to be asked to pay for time I'm not there as well, such as Guitar overdubs, vocals, etc. With this being in mind, I am kind of concerned that I'm going to be paying for goofing off. Because once the drummer and I have laid down the tracks we are out. We are going for live takes but I also feel the guitarist are playing through them with the idea "I'm just going to re-record this later" I feel like it should all balance out in the end, but I'm worried it's not going to, and I'm going to have them knocking on the door saying "Hey I was in the studio today, I need 1/4 of $xxx" end I'll end up paying more for the time I'm not there than the times I am. Does anyone have any thoughts on this?