What is the intended difference between the live tag, the live-sound tag, and the live-performance tag? The live-sound tag is the only one with usage guidance and I assume anything that is live-performance but not live-sound belongs on music.stackexchange.com. Is that a poor assumption?

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I agree with the fact that the live-preformance tag should be removed, as it's not applicable to sound design, as for live, this could mean anything from a DJ set to an orchestra concert. and live-preformance would be for setting up a stage for a concert (determining the best position for each different instruments, like violins on the far left and right side of the stage with contrabass and/or cello's behind them, drums behind those and also in the center back, etc)

that's what I assume those tags to be atleast...

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