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    Hola Amigos!

    Anyone here know of a kickin' ADR guy/girl here in Los Angeles?

    If so, could you drop them my name/email?

    Thanks!
    /justin

    ( justin @ justindurban.com ))


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    *crickets*

    any referrals?


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    Sorry man, ADR is a tough sell. I used soundtrack and a bathroom with some moving blankets and eventually it turned out ok. I stress OK though. It's really tough. You might want to look up collumbia college hollywood... they are in the valley, they have a good ADR room and they have lots of students who would love to work on a project. My brother went to film school there. They are usually really good at their craft. I would talk to someone in administration first. I think Gansberg or Dr. Jim (DR. JAMES C. LUNDSTROM) are the best contacts.

    Try this guy too.
    David Harris
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    (818) 345-7830
    dharris@columbiacollege.edu

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    We just used this place for VO recording, they can also do ADR... give it a try. It's in Silverlake.

    http://www.alanaudioworks.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Insane View Post
    Sorry man, ADR is a tough sell. I used soundtrack and a bathroom with some moving blankets and eventually it turned out ok. I stress OK though. It's really tough. You might want to look up collumbia college hollywood... they are in the valley, they have a good ADR room and they have lots of students who would love to work on a project. My brother went to film school there. They are usually really good at their craft. I would talk to someone in administration first. I think Gansberg or Dr. Jim (DR. JAMES C. LUNDSTROM) are the best contacts.

    Try this guy too.
    David Harris
    Marketing and Outreach Manager
    (818) 345-7830
    dharris@columbiacollege.edu

    Best of luck.
    Thank you Mike... Ya, I know ADR is tough unless you've got the right set up and gear. This project is actually for an online series that's getting some good pubs and was shot with the HVX. "The Resistance" www.whatistheresistance.com (or http://www.youtube.com/user/theresistanceseries )



    My friend Adrian was looking for someone. Not sure what the budget is like, but I'll most certainly get in touch with David and see if he's interested. (I did a few scores/soundtracks for Adrian's films in the past)



    Quote Originally Posted by dougspice View Post
    We just used this place for VO recording, they can also do ADR... give it a try. It's in Silverlake.

    http://www.alanaudioworks.com
    Thank you Doug! I"ll check the link out.

    I know a series is a tough gig to work on, so we'll just have to see.

    Thanks fellas!
    /j


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    Doug,

    Ha!!! come to find out, I actually know Jeff over at AlanAudioWorks. He worked on the sound design to a film I scored a few years ago, "GPS the Movie". Small world eh?

    /j


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    Even smaller than you think: I've actually heard of The Resistance before... I'm on the SSG Screenings mailing list, and they're showing it this month? I thought I might go check it out, but the chance of me actually making the time to do that is even smaller than this world.


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    All right seriously... Holy f$cking cr@p! The trailer is sick! I totally want to see this series! wow!
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