My current band has moved from a rehearsal studio to a sound stage in the effort to rehearse "as if we were playing a show" and I'm having trouble figuring out where I need to be. It was easy in the past because I was doing trios, but now I'm in a 5 piece that is all about nuance and dynamics and melody and I'm having a hard time figuring out where to position myself so that I'm hearing the right things. Currently, I stand sort of next to the drummer on the opposite side of the stage from the rhythm guitar and I feel like I'm missing the kick and rhythm guitar which seems to be getting me lost in the more improvisational sections of the music. I've also been told to turn up, but where I'm at I already feel like I'm dominating the mix. When I get to a volume level that seems to please the rest of the band, I can barely hear the rest of the band. I'm thinking that the best possible move would be to stand in front of the drums nearer to the rhythm guitar player while leaving my amp & cab on the other side, but I'm not sure I want to navigate the labyrinth to get to the amp and tune or make small adjustments. So I suppose what I'm looking for is a broad spectrum of ideas as to where you like to be in relation to the other instruments and your amp. Any help would be greatly appreciated.