This video is the next of a sequence of videos from Sound Designer and Mixer Jonah Guelzo working a low budget/ crowd sourced film Norman recently directed by his brother Joel. The problem was that there was no consistent location sound so the only solution was to ADR the whole film. Jonah looked around for a creative solution and he teamed up with our friends Sounds In Sync to use their EdiPrompt and EdiCue software to make this ADR process as painless as possible and this video is the story of now easy the actors found the ADR process because Jonah was using EdiPrompt and EdiCue.
Other Videos From Jonah Guelzo
- A Video With Tips & Tricks For Recording Good Dialog On Location For Film & TV Drama
- More Tips & Tricks On Recording Great Location Sound For Film & TV Drama
- ADR A Whole Low Budget Film? Sounds In Sync Made It Possible
- Recording Original Music For A Film Using Just 4 Inputs On An Avid Pro Tools HD Omni Interface
We understand there will be a follow up video in a month or so that will be more of a tips and tricks on how to cue and record lots of ADR, using the features of both EdiCue and EdiPrompt. We will bring it to you as soon as it is ready.