awperai wrote:i'd just like to add with something that many DJ's do, and that is, when recording a set, have a direct recording from your software or booth output as well as a microphone recording the crowd/speakers/whatever, then on your master out mix the "dry" audio with the mic'd recording. i've heard some really great sounding live sets with this technique, most making it sound even more punchy. maybe it will work for you.
We've doen this for out norway tour lately, works like a charm! Nothing like capturing the cheers of the audience when you do the right thing at the right time
Also it sounds more "Live", I am personally a little tired of hearing theese clinically clean sets, I like a little dirt so you get the feel out the loudness, the tension in the room. Zoom makes some budget cam/mic/line units that does all three: video, line capture and mic recording. the best part about that is that it is already in perfect sync, I use Movie maker (on PC) and HATE it because there is no way to tell if you've lined up the audio correctly until after 20 tries you might hit the right spot