would love to know people's tips for mastering live acoustic recordings. i run acoustic gigs in london, record people's sets then mix them either on the Yamaha AW16G i record them on, or take the recordings into Cubase and Audition to have more of a play with. that said, i've never been given any tips and only ever played around by ear so would love to know any suggestions for mastering/mixing live acoustic recordings, however obvious they may seem! my website's http://www.earmusic.co.uk where you can hear some of the recordings i've done. click the artist pages - all the ones with "earmusic live recordings" typed above the tunes i've done. some say "earmusic recordings" though they werent live. there's also examples in the "recordings" section of the site, though some were mixed on the desk, others in cubase. naturally a lot relies on artist techniques and instruments but i'd love any tips on what i can do to bring the best out of them! help help help!!