Audio can create the illusion of something that wasn’t there during filming, and filmmakers can even completely manipulate it after filming: for example, one could completely change words in post-production, changing the meaning of the dialogue.
This is where ADR comes in – Additional Dialogue Recording. This is the process of re-recording dialogue to change or replace what wasn’t properly captured on the set. This can be because of background noise or because the director or actor wants to try a different way to deliver a line. Most productions use some amount of ADR.
We offer a full facility for supervision, recording and editing .