Ive been only using my kemper at home and now am considering giving it another shot of playing with an amp at home (not tracking though im sticking with digital at home for that). In the rehearsal room i use 4X12s but here i have a 2X12. It is sitting on top of a speaker so it is approximately at ear height when im sitting in front of it. In the rehearsal room i dial in my amps while standing and moving around in the room. This time around being at home and looking at my 2X12 that i put on top of the speaker just to save space i was wondering if i should leave it there and dial it in so that it is pleasant in from of me (less harsh for instance) or put it on the floor and dial it in the same way i do in the rehearsal room in which case the amp is set to have more high frequencies and i adjust the mic position according to that. It made me wonder what you guys preference is for dialing in and tracking in general. Do you leave the amp to be harsh on purpose but not so when youre standing for ex and adjust the mic position accordingly to avoid too much of those frequencies, or kneel when youre reamping for instance and make it sound good right in front of the speaker allowing your mic position to get closer to the center of the cone? (leaving the amp sounding a bit muffled while standing) (That of course implies that you are using straight 4x12s) what say you? ?