End Goal: To make a clean dialogue track sound as if it was recorded with a lav mic.
Background Info: An actor was not mic'd during a production. I did not have access to any of the other lav mics used during production for the ADR recording. (A Neumann TLM103 was used).
I've EQ'd the dialogue to fit the space, mimicked the space of the location, added the room tone of the location. I've also added a very soft distortion, and even gated an AC noise generator into the dialogue track.
Yet it still sounds too clean to my ears. My next attempt is to Re-Amp the recorded track through an old mixer, a PA, or either a guitar or keyboard amp. (I wont have access to the production mixers gear, but I maybe able to get a list of the gear he used).
My question: Has anyone here had a similar challenge in processing a dialogue track and can share their techniques, or dos anyone have any further suggestions on what to try.