I'm not sure whether this is the right forum, but hopefully it is (feel free to move it if need be). We have a band. It's a five-piece, four musicians and a vocalist (who's spectacular by the way). What we're looking for, is a way to achieve a "consistent" sound on stage. I think (and correct me if I'm wrong) that this involves something along the lines of a "defense-in-depth" concept - In other words, we want to achieve a "local" sound on stage, where we can all hear each other, and then project that sound out into the audience. The main confounding factor so far, is the weather. Strange as it may sound, I can get the exact same settings on my bass and bass amp, and it'll sound totally different from one day to the next (on the same stage in the same venue). I "think", that perhaps the humidity is a factor, or something like that. How would y'all recommend addressing this situation? How can we get a "consistent" live sound, that we might be able to project to "whatever" audience - ranging from 100 people to ten thousand?