The guys at Figure 53, the brilliant company which brought us Qlab for playing back sound effects in theater, made a program called Streamers
which exports... well... streamers
for ADR and composers.
|A still from Clonehunter.|
Using streamers is kind of old-fashioned but there's a lot of merit to the method, especially if you're already used to working with them. That's so not
the way I tend to work though. We tend to not even do ADR -- we will just match up other dialog takes or dialog takes we do in the field as "radio versions" of scenes instead of having actors come in and doing the dialog in the studio.
If we did do ADR, streamers might be nice.
And if you're recording with an orchestra and no click track, streamers are also the way to go.
But I don't even do audio on a Mac so I'm out of the loop anyway.
[Am on page 62 of Earthwar.]
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