Tuesday, March 12, 2013

ADR dialog looping Ambience matching

The last couple of day's I have been doing the audio post on this film which required some ADR work and ambience matching.  Some of it came together pretty easy, but there were a few dialog lines that were done in a big living room space with lots of glass windows.  It was real hard to get the same ambient sound with my reverb devices in the studio. I had to match the lines of the living room location dialog with the ADR replaced dialog.  If you can,  sometimes it faster to go back to the location and re-record that ADR.

Walter Murch explains the concept of ‘worldizing’. This involves re-recording sounds in a real location to add the acoustic characteristics of the environment to the original sound.

1 comment:

  1. True audio masters! I edit conversations and interviews. This guy gets all the candy!