Ronny, that's all Art, singing, playing, and sequencing - whattaguy! Okay, since I was going to go over Dave's track again, I'm listening to this one some more as well . A few more comments: The more I listen to the drum line, the more I'm thinking I don't care for the "tamborine" sound - is that supposed to be be hi-hat? (Maybe it's just SB Live's cheesy perc sounds? Bass and snare sound fine...) Damn, I meant for this not to be aimed at the demo - Art, don't go change this stuff any more unless it makes you happy Anyway, if you've got broadband, give the Yamaha soft synth (http://www.yamaha.co.uk/xg/html/h_featur.htm) a try and see if the MIDI doesn't sound more "live" (that is a 30 day fully functional demo - sounds exactly like my Yamaha DB50XG hard card). If you don't want to do that, send me a MIDI of the backing stuff, and I'll record you an MP3 for comparison. I think it'll improve the drum sound even more. Or not. I realize I'm getting very picky here. Never said it before, but that intro "sound" kicks major bootie - whatever you did is super cool. Panning of back-ups is perfect. Around the 4:10-50 mark, or so (2nd chorus?) there's some piano activity in the background, and you're playing straight quarters on the ride cymbal. The piano seems a bit too hidden, and the cymbal line seems too "straight" - wish I were a drummer to make an alternate suggestion... maybe mixing in some semiquavers on strong beats, or something like that? (Looking back at Jeanie's comments, I think we're talking about the same section.) Sorry, the only thing left is nits.