Live Radio Interview

Last week we had a great live interview with Professor Richard Daynard aired on Radio Boston,  hosted by Meghna Chakrabarti and Anthony Brooks.

Professor Daynard is at the forefront of an international movement to establish the legal responsibility of the tobacco industry for tobacco-induced death, disease and disability. He is president of the law school’s Public Health Advocacy Institute and chair of its Tobacco Products Liability Project. He has been the principal investigator in grants and contracts from the National Cancer Institute, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the American Legacy Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

ADR -Automated Dialogue Replacement

Is the process of re-recording the original dialogue after the filming process for the purpose of obtaining a cleaner, and more intelligible dialogue track.

What’s an ADR?

Automated Dialogue Replacement is recorded during an Automated Dialogue Replacement session, which takes place in a specialized sound studio. The actor, usually the original actor from the set, is shown the scene in question along with the original sound, following which he or she will attempt to recreate the performance as closely as possible.
There are variations of the Automated Dialogue Replacement process. It does not have to take place in a post-production studio, but can be recorded on location, with mobile equipment.
Our today’s ADR was a remote session with the Actor Kevin James for his upcoming comedy movie Here Comes The Boom. 

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Definition of Dubbing

The power of Spanish language

According to the Pew Hispanic Center, the Hispanic population in the United States has increased by nearly thirty percent since the year 2000. That’s a huge increase and a market to be reckoned with.
Use Hispanic voice talents for your advertising campaign!
Today we are recording for Buffalo Wild Wings to US Hispanic Market. South Florida VO talents… only at Elite Music Studios
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