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This Has Me Stumped!!!

Okay So I am usually the sit there and try and figure it out type of engineer but i also like to gain knowledge on how to fix the problem... with the singer on the track it feels like his voice just keeps getting airy.. ItS So Weird Im Trying to draw the full On the track sound. Let me know if you all can help me on this one!
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Do You ALl Understand what I'm saying?
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You might have been too drastic with cutting the low-end on the vocals, try taking it back a bit. Also, what really sticks out for me is the sibilance on the vocals. You might want to use a de-esser, or take down the sibilance with a really fine EQ band.
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Okay So I am usually the sit there and try and figure it out type of engineer but i also like to gain knowledge on how to fix the problem... with the singer on the track it feels like his voice just keeps getting airy.. ItS So Weird Im Trying to draw the full On the track sound. Let me know if you all can help me on this one!
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Its more than just the vocal. The EQ on the track has a lot of top end noise or distortion which is also blending and adding to the sibilance.

Re think the EQ and sort out the sibilance.
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Its more than just the vocal. The EQ on the track has a lot of top end noise or distortion which is also blending and adding to the sibilance.

Re think the EQ and sort out the sibilance.
Okay ill try tweaking the eq.
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Still Not Sounding Right

Has Anyone else ever had this problem I'm trying to get him clear but it sounds like too airy and what not>?
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