Recently me and a fellow group of (relatively) inexperienced musicians threw a concert... (It was a sort of farewell for three of the band members who were going overseas to study) and we got it recorded. Naturally, with a time frame of one month to prepare 10 songs, there were more than a couple of slip-ups during the performance. Slightly unsteady drums at some points; out-of-tune vocals; and the fact that I managed to screw up two soloes. Question: How much studio touching-up would be considered unethical? (if at all?). Where's the line between removing blatant mistakes and retaining the "Live" feel of the recordings? What about totally rerecording some parts? Does genre matter in this case? I know these questions are highly subjective but regardless, I'd like some input, especially from similiar experiences.