I've been working with a hardcore band for a few years now, and eventually figured out how to get a decent mix on just about every dodgy system I've had them on- but one thing that's always eluded me is the voices- naturally, the singer is shouting at the very top limit his voice can handle- so the signal peaks immediately. How can I get around this and still keep him in the mix? I've run the voices on a seperate bus a few times which gives me more clarity, and more power if I assgin them to both a subgroup and the main mix (using different output sources here...) but either way the signal is still pretty bad. I'm considering getting a few older shure sm58 radio mics for them and cutting the transmitter gains down really hard because that way I can reduce the 'regularity' of the peaking. Any ideas? 'Singing' further away from the mic isn't really an option. What do the big bands in the industry use? Hatebreed use sm58's if I'm not mistaken... Thanks!