All I can give you is food for thought . You're saying all your settings are the same for each track . My first thought is ... heck that should work . But you're asking why not. I've never had that problem so I'll give you an idea of I do ... right or wrong .
On my first vocal I'll record a track using "Basic Male " in my case . Let's say it's a verse . If I screw up I don't try to punch in . I'll make another track because I can edit things later which is easier for my mind. I don't start with a totally brand new track so to speak and try to match the settings . I dupilcate my first track . I figure I already got the setting where I like them. Then I record the next part . The same thing goes for the verse or any other vocal part I add. All vocal tracks are dupilcates of my first .
Then after all the parts are recorded I go back and try other vocal settings like "Male Dance " or "Male Rock" or what ever ... to mix things up .
Hope you work this out ... Peace