Hey guys, I'm having a tough time with something and thought this would be the perfect place to ask for help and advice. So about a week ago, I submersed myself in a few intense projects with the focus being on recording and mixing vocals. They went well and I feel confident about the end products. Just two days ago, I decided I would mess around and record a few bits of some songs I like, but for the oddest reason, I just kept turning out crap. Usually I'm able to get a pretty consitant sound that I'm happy with, but for the first time in a loooongggg time with the same gear I wasn't, and started to get very frustrated and discouraged. The vocals started to sound too muddy and I couldn't get them to sit right in the mix, and I started to hear this odd "feedback sound" I've heard this before a while ago. My room is mostly un treated and has some odd acoustics, but certain isolated frequencies kept resonating and creating a very unpleasant sound. Also because the mic I use primarily (Lewitt LCT 540) is kind of "muddy" or warm in the 500hz range, I was trying to dial that out considering my voice is on the low side. And I couldn't for the first time in a long time get the balance between a woofy vocal and a thin tinny vocal. And the more I needed to roll off and cut out, the more the vocal sounded somewhat hollow and I heard more of that "feedback sound". Now it's been very rainy and humid for the past week and I don't know if that could play a part in this, but I'm super discouraged and need someone's thoughts. Thanks!