With Synchro Arts' Revoice Pro 3 you can take the wild-lines that don't match sync-wise to production dialog and automatically modify their sync and pitch to create realistic sync dialog and even reconstruct entire scenes without having to resort to ADR.
In this featurette, Production Sound Mixer Jonah Guelzo gives you an inside look at one of his go-to tools to maximize the use of your on-set dialog recordings. At times, you can run into all sorts of problematic sound situations, so by recording wild-lines, you allow yourself the versatility needed for later on in the mix.
More On Revoice Pro 3
Revoice Pro is used worldwide by top audio professionals for fast and easy adjustment and alignment of vocals, instruments and ADR as well as double track generation.
Revoice Pro 3 added a host of powerful new tools, workflow enhancements and new features, including a simple yet powerful toolset for manually adjusting audio timing and pitch.
At the heart of Revoice Pro is our unique Audio Performance Transfer (APT) process, that can give one signal the timing, pitch, vibrato and level features of another signal, as well as a Doubler process which creates double tracks where there weren't any before..
These two functions, combined with the new manual Warp process for pitch and timing, means there is now a one-stop, time-saving, high-quality solution for creative and corrective audio manipulation tasks.
Why Use Revoice Pro?
Revoice Pro can process monophonic instruments as well as voices and works with any Windows or Mac OS X DAW including Pro Tools, Cubase, Nuendo, Logic Pro. Audio is transfered either by Revoice Pro Link plug-ins, drag and drop, copy and paste or imported audio files.
The workflow is fast and pretty easy to learn, but because there is nothing else that does what Revoice Pro can do, be prepared to watch some videos, do some reading and invest some time to learn the basics. You can watch more videos like this one on the Videos page of the Synchro Arts web site.