ADR studio

ADR studio

[¦ā¦dē′är ‚stüd·ē·ō]
(engineering acoustics)
A sound-recording studio used in motion-picture and television production to allow an actor who did not intelligibly record his or her speech during the original filming or video recording to do so by watching himself or herself on the screen and repeating the original speech with lip synchronism; it is equipped with facilities for recreating the acoustical liveness and background sound of the environment of the original dialog. Derived from automatic dialog replacement studio. Also known as postsynchronizing studio.
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