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Old August 21 2014, 11:52 PM   #361
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Re: Fan Filmmaker's Primer

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On any low budget independent production, sound is actually more important than visuals (unless you are making a silent movie). It's been the bane of many many independent productions. Great sound can make up for mediocre cinematography, bad sound ruins even he best.
Yes. We've said that repeatedly upthread: sound trumps picture.
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Old November 3 2014, 04:06 PM   #362
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Re: Fan Filmmaker's Primer

Filmmaker IQ explains ADR. Worth watching for all 12 minutes:



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Old November 21 2014, 11:04 AM   #363
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^^^Related to the above, and actually even more important to fan filmmakers. here's a great and straightforward introduction about the how-to of recording sound for your films, including discussions of recording equipment, audio formats, and how to mic it.

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Old November 21 2014, 12:01 PM   #364
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That was really good and explained a few things I had very limited understanding of.
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Old December 2 2014, 12:46 AM   #365
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Filmmaker IQ explains ADR. Worth watching for all 12 minutes:

Thanks for that, very informative. Also a really good channel.

We have to do a lot of ADR on our Fallen Star series. Reassuring to know I'm more or less doing it right, though I had to work it out the hard way!
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