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ADR, also known as looping, is a post-production process that involves actors re-recording or adding dialogue to footage while watching it on screen. Voice Actors match their voices to the mouth movements and physical gestures of the characters onscreen to replace lines for any number of reasons. In the original “Star Wars” trilogy, for instance, actor David Prowse wore Darth Vader’s black suit and mask onscreen, but James Earl Jones provided the voice in post-production. Together, they created the character.
Looping can be a great source of income for actors. Successful loopers makes approximately $2,000 per week. The standard rate for an AFTRA looper is $801.30 per session. Many actors who do looping work are part of “loop groups”—collectives of voice actors who secure work on a regular basis for a production’s ADR needs. So how does a newcomer break in to this lucrative, competitive, and fun field? Experts say with the right voiceover skills, a great demo, and luck, there’s always room for another looper.
Find and sync your character voice to the character on screen with producer, Joe Loesch on this special Friday evening from 7 to 10:00.
For more details and to register, visit: http://voiceovercity.com/ai1ec_event/basics-adr-looping-joe-loesch/?instance_id=306
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