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Sound / Dialogue Replacement and colour grading examples

This video is a demonstration of how Audio Dialogue Replacement (ADR), sound replacement and colour grading can add depth to your film (although the emphasis...
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Here is a funny example of how ADR sound before and after in a movie scene. 

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Tara St. Michel's Voice Acting Blog: Acting Class - Third Class

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The answer to this one was ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement), which I know from being a voice actor. In the AVA community it's commonly referred to as dubbing. I happened to have learned the term from Adventures ...

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It is not as interesting as the other articles but in this one, the writer describes what ADR is and one or two synonyms. 

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Film Riot - Do Great ADR, or Make Your Own Crappy 70's Karate Film ...

Learn to do ADR & How to get great music for your film! episode 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bn1y_6DcsJk episode 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEq5T8f...
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In the episode 1, the host describe some tips to do a good ADR with our videos. The video show us examples about they Foley application and how they do it. The second episode is no related with my topic; however, they talk about the good music in our videos.

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Peter Facinelli explains Automated dialogue replacement

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From my point of view, I did not like the Twilight movies; however, Peter Facinelli, which is an actor in these movies, explain really good how actors do ADR and what is ADR. It is a fun why to better understand what is Automated Dialogue Replacement. 

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Sound Editing: Never Thrown for a Loop - Variety (blog)

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Sound Editing: Never Thrown for a Loop Variety (blog) Brent Burge and Chris Ward, both nommed for sound editing on “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug,” were faced with doing additional dialogue replacement (ADR) for an enormous, mythical creature...

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This is a very interesting article. There is no definition about ADR; however, the guys responsible for the sound editing in the movie "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," state that they needed to use ADR to create the voice of the Dragon and also they describe some special sound effects they used in the movie. 

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