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Old 15th January 2013
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Yes Musical Pitch. If you get an actor in early in the morning the pitch of their voice can be lower than normal and generally on set their pitch is higher as they are "in the moment" and the adrenaline of being on set also contributes. It can be hard to get them into the same state on an adr stage. So its important they listen to the musicality of the lines and try and match that pitch. sometimes you have to slightly pitch adr lines in the mix to get them to sit in better. It can really help.
Old 16th January 2013
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Thanks a lot for the replies, I think I got it 99%.
Just need more ambiance/Foley to fill in the scene.

On the pitch note- I actually used melodyne to pitch up an alternate take a minor third when they repeated themselves for emphasis but bumped the lav by accident. Sounds perfect to my surprise.
Old 16th January 2013
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Garret ➡️
Yes Musical Pitch.
Thanks man!
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