I'm a professional musician, not an enginner, so maybe I'm missing something. I've been tracking vocals for a singer through a pretty good signal chain of Mojave Audio Mic/Focusrite ISA220/G5/Digital Performer. The problem is that she is a singer with a HUGE dynamic range, from whisper soft to amazingly loud, very talented. She hates compression and won't let me touch it. I tried limiting the ISA220 output, but we wound up with distorted takes that were very nicely limited. We did some vocals at a major studio with no problems. Is there a trick I don't know about? Does anybody still ride the faders? If I set the levels to her biggest notes, the quiet notes barely appear on the waveforms. Is it a matter of having a super-transparent compressor? Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.