Hey, who said that?
Voice Over is more common than you may think. It’s in most advertisements, movies, television, video games, radio, theater, etc. Voice over is the practice of recording dialogue and placing it in context of a video production, radio spot etc. It may be the “voice of reason” for an actor in a scene where he is not speaking on camera. It may be “the man behind the curtain” in the theater. It’s used for machine learning for software like Bixby, Alexa, Siri, and in digital home assistants. In all of these scenarios the actor has pre-recorded the part in a small isolation booth in a recording studio with a producer. It is a powerful production tool.
Who would you want on your project if location wasn’t an issue? Because now, it isn’t. Source-Connect enables audio connections between digital audio systems located anywhere in the world. This not only allows us to record broadcast-quality audio using only an internet connection, it also means we can record talent or work with a producer without requiring them to step foot into our studio. It’s a higher-quality end product, without the hassle of logistics. There’s a reason Source-Connect has become the industry’s trusted alternative to cumbersome ISDN lines.
It’s a higher-quality end product, without the hassle of logistics.
Automatic Dialogue Replacement (ADR)
The scene is going flawlessly… until it isn’t
As much as you prepare, things aren’t always perfect the first time around. The scene is going flawlessly, until a dog barks through a key piece of dialogue. Or an AC unit kicks on. Or maybe it’s the wind. Whatever the intrusion, the audio isn’t as crystal clear as you need it to be. Automatic Dialogue Replacement can help.
ADR is the process of re-recording production dialogue. During an ADR session the actor will view the scene while re-recording the take to match with the existing film. What you get is perfectly crisp audio, and a final product that is better than you could have hoped.
A loop group (or walla group) is a small group of voiceover actors who record audio for video during the post-production phase. Commonly five to eight members, these groups perform the background noise and small bits of audio that fills out a soundscape in films, television shows, video games, and commercials—pretty much anything that has a visual component.
Walla walla walla…
It’s like the bat signal for actors
For each project, each script, there is an appropriate actor. We have a large pool to draw from and with experience working with SAG-AFTRA and celebrity talent, we can provide just the right options to each and every scene.