it's always fun to listen to different mixes made of the same recording, it opens our minds to different views and we can learn a lot from them ;)
RiF : [color=green=green]I never worked with a live recording that clean! Unreal separation and nicely recorded.[/color]
well thanks ! back then, i worked as a fulltime live sound engineer (also recording ''live'' gigs occasionally) and would mostly "mic" using the opposite philosophy of general studio technics, aiming for MAX isolation (very close mic'ing) and MAX rejection (placing the mics in a way that rejects other nearby sound sources)
the downfall of this technic is that it often gives a unatural sound. you sometimes have to eq heavly on the channels strips to notch out all the resonances captured from the very close mic'ing, and also to compensate the sometimes excessif proximity effets from the cardioid (directionnal) mics.
I like your mix very much: good spectral balance, powerful kik!,you also ma...