Suppose you're maybe a touring band that's going to play a lot of shows in sequence that have very short allotted sound check times. But you also happen to have
- A portable digital mixer with very powerful master bus convolution engines
- High quality measurement microphones
- A studio with well calibrated monitors
Then what are the practical considerations stopping you from mixing the band in your controlled studio environment, and at the day of the show just showing up with your measurement microphone, measuring the house's transfer function and feeding its inverse to your mixer's convolution processor? That way you'd never worry about a bad mix on stage.
I've tried searching for this but I'm having a real hard time with keywords here. Is there any known documentation for an approach like this?