I was writing to see if you guys have had this happen before. We had a gig last weekend and for whatever reason, a few of the larger rooms we play have the band tucked away in a corner, almost like a cave. The last place actually had a DJ booth in front of 20% of the stage. So, my objective was to mic things and project out accross the whole room. We rarely mic instruments so the PA can focus on vocals and let the amps rip. This night we miced two guitars, drums and vocals. I didn't bring the sub, so I didn't' want to take the bass through the mains. So during the first song I walk out front with my wireless on and things sound, okay. Not bad...but not great either...overall volume just needed to come up. So I walk on stage, and the sound there sounds freaking amazing. Plenty of everything. Ugh. Whenever we just have acoustic and vocals going through the mains, it sounds incredible. It's when we ran everything through that it was just okay. My hope is that next time I'll lug a sub and that will help a lot. Everything sounded crisp and clear...but just not like it did on stage. Anyway, I wasn't sure if there were any sound engineers that know how to fix this?