Hey guys, Had a practice today , so I put up the nt5 overheads ,a seinhieser on kick , the 414 as a room mic , and close miced the guitar speaker and the keyboard speaker , played bass direct to desk , and aux to a powered speaker box . My wife sang through a 58 . After I found that the the kick mic was way too low level , so i boosted it but had to put a LP filter on to cut some of the hiss. I,ve recorded it for the back up singers and brass who are getting together in seperately for now . My biggest observation is that ( besides the Lv needing more level ) I should use the 414 on vocals because there is next to nothing on the room fader . I think there is enough bleed to not need a room mic , and besides its not a big enough space . Also it may be too big around the 100 -200hz. the drums and guitar are dry . I put a valhalla room verb on aux and sent mainly vocals and a bit of keys to it. ( I find it difficult to get the verb where I like it , and have eq ed alot of 850 t0 10 k out . The reverb seems to get a nasty tinny sound if I leave it , even though I low pass filter to 4 k ) Any helpful suggestions on recording method that I can take to next rehearsal ?