After participating in some workshops at the NMH, I felt clearly how professionals work with Live Electronics; how fast they are controlling the sound, how original their sounds and compositions can be, how meticulous they are with their work sometimes taking years to complete a single song, how experienced they are at concerts and how they solve different performing situations. For me, all this was a real panoram of how to sail in the LE world.
Of course, when it comes to us students, in a live electronics concert situation, what do we do, apart of all the mentioned above, to be well prepared? Studying a lot and hearing thousands of advice? Maybe, but at concerts there could always emerge unforeseen situations. This is difficult to avoid, and I really think the only solution is real experience solving the situations as well as improvising and reacting to them. I agree with the idea of playing as much as possible to make it better. It is just a matter of time.