I just started engineering at a studio that has both NS-10's as nearfields, and Boston Acoustics VRM50's (+subwoofer) as mains. I just recorded a band, and got a decent recording of them, but now that I'm mixing, I realize that I'm not used to either of these monitors at all. The boston acoustics are very bass and lower mid-range heavy, and of course the NS-10's have very little bass. I use Event TR-5's here at my "home studio" and I'm pretty used to those because they're not hyped in any way. I know it's going to take me time to get used to these monitors, but does anyone have any suggestions of things I should keep in mind when mixing? The producer I work with told me "you should only hear the strings of the bass, and the hit of the kick drum... there should be almost no bass at all from the NS-10's." The productions he's done sound phenomenal, so I trust him, but I'm still learning. Anyway, enough of my yammering (that's a word, right?) Any suggestions?