#2
A good bit of EQing might improve the situation, try dropping some of the bass and increasing the upper mids and treble.
#3
Smile wide like a moron while you record. Thats just a random tip i read somewhere.

BTW. what mic are you using?
#5
enunciate your words properly, 99% of the time when this happens it's the singer not the equipment.
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#7
Quote by Kid_Thorazine
enunciate your words properly, 99% of the time when this happens it's the singer not the equipment.


I second on this. If you're really shouting your heart out and it's still muffled, then I'd think differently.
#8
Quote by professorlamp
im using a samson C03 condenser mic
im not sure whether its a large or small diaphragm though


i'm pretty sure that's large, which is what you want.

that's a problem with budget mics. they sound a bit muddy.

you could work on singing clearer, boost a bit in the hi mids, if you're getting too much low end, back off of the mic a bit.

a good source with a bad mic should still sound decent, so the first thing to do is work on your singing some. then take a look at your mic placement. if both of those still dont make it sound like you want it, then do some EQing.