I've been recording voiceovers and singers for 8 years using my trusty TLM103, and everyone sounds pretty great over that time...until I recorded my first rap the other day. My friend is a terrific Caribbean-style rapper, and I've done two sessions with him now, but each time his voice sounds like he's singing into the wrong side of the mic! (He wasn't) I'd really like to salvage his rap, because it's wonderful, but I've tried all kinds of EQ and compression and nothing takes out that boomy strangled sound. Can anyone suggest a strategy for me to 'find' the good part of his vocal and save it? Thanks for any suggestions!