Here are a couple of excerpts from the Sympin Ain’t Easy album review on RARB’s website.
“This album has such a clean, modern a cappella sound that I was surprised to find that it was produced, recorded, and mixed not by the usual suspects but by group member Prem Midha. According to his blog, this album marks Mr. Midha’s first production project. It’s a really impressive start! His choice of guitar effects and texture ranks with some of the best I’ve heard from the a cappella community. In addition, his treatment of percussion preserves a live sound while simultaneously adding studio dexterity, all while excellently matching the groove of each song. I hope Mr. Midha keeps going with his a cappella work — I think he’ll have a lot to offer as a next generation producer/engineer.” – Robert Dietz
“For the a cappella purists, be warned that there are a fair amount of studio effects on this album, but without exception I thought the effects were very well employed and I wouldn’t change any of them [...] a tribute to the producer (Prem Midha).” – John Colton