Concerts generally aren't interesting I feel. That is because they simply do not sound as good as the cd. The sound is boomy and the vocals tend to be garbled due to the echo and the electronic fuzz.
At the same time some of the most amazing live music I've ever seen was in small cozy spaces, where the tone and power of the person's voice was very visceral. That experience is better than any sound recording.
So, what if there were a way to make concerts sound better? Like, say create a system of directional speakers. They are put in a concert space and then run a diagnostic program where the speakers would basically through trial and error figure out the optimal direction and level of output that would lead to the best possible sound.

Any help will be apprecited.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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Thank you.