ADR -Automated Dialogue Replacement
ADR in film is the process of re-recording audio in a studio setting where the sound is controlled. It involves the re-recording of dialogue by the original actor after filming as a way to improve audio quality or reflect dialogue changes. Many times in film the dialogue recorded on set has background noises or technical problems that means that the original audio can't be used - that's where we come in.
At Beat Tank we have the same microphones used on set and a screen so the actor can see the performance they delivered on the day. We then have amazing programs that not only sync the audio perfectly to the vision, but also the tone and inflection of the performance we are trying to copy.
We have Source Connect on our system and are setup for remote ADR sessions. This means you can run an ADR session from another city or country and talk directly to the talent in our studio in Melbourne, giving them feedback on their performance.