Though ADR is unavoidable sometimes, it can be time consuming, expensive, and frustrating as hell. That's why it's imperative to know how to record good location audio so you get it right the first time.
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There are plenty of reasons why a filmmaker may need some ADR (Automated/Additional Dialog Replacement), whether it's because of unsalvageable production audio or a flubbed line that went unnoticed. (Or maybe you're making an animated film!) Whatever the reason, it takes a highly talented and intuitive artist to correctly lay down your audio tracks, and one of the best ADR mixers in the industry, Doc Kane, talks to SoundWorks Collection about his process, the tools he utilizes, a...