Hello, I'm starting a list called "Some simple running sound tips". Here's the list: 1. Boost the volume of a instrumental part which is meant to take over the melody of a song. 2. Walking around the room shows that sounds differ when moving from one spot to the other. 3. How the player on stage hears him/herself and the mix really effects how they play. (Learned the hard way) 4. Make the tonal quality of important instruments and vocals sound distinct from the mix. 5. Performers vary the volume of their instruments constantly. I'm making a list for new sound technicians I'll be working with. I thought maybe some experienced live audio engineers could add some tips for live sound mixing.