working on a live tv show where a 60 second show needs to be turned around in 25minutes. The client has come back and feels the female presenter is too essy? SSSSSy? sibilent? Due to the tight time, it leaves little time for post audio work. We did use a de-esser and now we're going to try and tweak some settings. It sounds quite awful in isolation.
We plan to use a hardware compressor with de-esser on it, possibly a focusrite or a drawmer..
Any ideas on what one could do? mic placement for example? (clip mic) OR what to look out for?