At a church where I play, they are having a heck of a time dialing in and mixing in my bass with the kick. They have the kick at a level through their subs that allows the audience to "feel the thump in their chest". How I have been eqing my bass has caused them trouble with how I play which is to follow the kick patterns most of the time. They say they can't find a way to hear the clarity of my playing, especially when I'm playing lower notes on my b string. I tried adding more bridge pick up, less bass freq, and more high and mids, and reducing the attack on my compressor, but they are still having clarity issues. Could it be because I am playing too many e-string capable notes on the fifth b string fret area? I've been left to figure out how to tweak my Eq to accommodate their issue but am not sure what else to do. My compressor is a mark bass Compressore. My bass is a Brawley 35" KB24MOL 5 string with Brawley Gold Crowne humbucking active pickups and a Bartolini Mark I preamp. All I know about their sub set-up is they are running two 21" subs with two 16" subs. They said they are sending me through both the mains and the subs which themselves are located under the "stage" (platform). I do not want to sacrifice my style fundamentals of matching the kick patterns when not doing other set ups and twittling around. Lastly, I know trying to troubleshoot an issue without actually sitting in the space to hear the issues is extremely difficult. Having said that, I am confident that even an educated guess from players of your experience level and expertise will be far more helpful than what I've read in my research of this issue and the help their sound engineer is giving me which is not very much in itself in the way of how to help in my own set up.