I recorded our band over the weekend at a live show with a condenser mic near the mixing board, and the audio quality wasn't as good as hoped. First off the sound guy had a pretty badly EQ'd mix. The audio has a very loud low and high end, and not enough mid. The guitars sit way too far back in the mix. I've played around with using a parametric EQ on it to try and level it out using a spectrum analyzer... I adding some varions boots and cuts, high and low pass filters. I got the levels looking pretty flat, and it's improved, but overall it still sounds pretty thin and hollow. What approach do you take for EQ-ing this type of recording? Tips?