I have my first contribution from my friend Brandon who plays guitar in the band LiFT and also does a bit of fooling around with recording. Being that most live sound engineers also have to be recording engineers these days, as well as lighting and a bunch of other stuff, resources like this are a huge asset.
Michael Brauer is a studio cat with an impressive discography and a treasure trove of articles in the Q&A section of his website. While a lot of this stuff is applicable only in the studio and would be either lost in a live environment or inconvenient to implement, having a good understanding of dynamic processing is essential for anyone working in an audio environment.
I for one, can't wait to get to reading this:
MHB Productins Q&A