I have just recently started to record ADR.
I have a Sanken COS-11 lapel mic.
Recently, an ADR Supervisor told me he loves this mic and uses it as often as he can. I couldn't believe it.
I listened back to the recordings we did that day with the actor and I was not happy with the tonality at ALL. I tried placing it on a mic stand and about 6 inches from his mouth - about chin height. Then I tried clamping it onto his shirt about 8 inches below his chin... Both sounded horrible compared to my MK41 and MHK50 and U87.. But, I guess you want to match the production sound, yea?
Any of you have any tricks to get a lapel to sound good on a voice?