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70 C I N E M O N T A G E T E C H By Jennifer Walden In a time of pandemic, remote ADR is taking on increased importance. But there can be some pitfalls in getting the right dialog into a scene, especially when you can't be in-person with the talent on a dub stage or studio. Calling Up Remote ADR Options HOW TO GET THE RIGHT DIALOG WHEN IN-PERSON RECORDING CAN'T BE DONE So we called up Brent Findley, MPSE, for some guidelines. Findley is a sound veteran who's recorded remote ADR for series like the Apple TV+ sports comedy "Ted Lasso," Showtime's "Black Monday," Netflix's "Bridgerton," and Amazon's teen drama "Panic." He was willing to share some ways to scale re- mote ADR workflow options to match a project's needs. Findley's approach to remote ADR starts with some basic tools. First, he finds a way to record the talent. Second, he finds a way to communicate with the Put me in, Coach: Jason Sudeikis on the set of "Ted Lasso."

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