§The magic solution to the inherent problem in ADR (that the new, dubbed, dialog sounds too "clean" and "dry" compared to the natural noisy and an ambient way dialog recorded on set -- even well-recorded dialog -- sounds) is this one reverb setting.
|The 1.1-second "garage" impulse response in Samplitude has changed my attitude towards ADR.|
§Okay. Saturday we recorded the last of the scheduled ADR on Dead Raid. And I've re-mixed everything. New thing: when making the stereo masters off of the 5.1 masters I pull the levels on each channel down -12.144dB. This way the stereo mixes don't get additional limiting and yet the peak level never goes about -12dB.
The answer to the question is "probably not".
*"Junky" here doesn't mean engineeringly-bad-sounding. It just means small and, well, garage-y.