New Art Loops Blockbusters

Juan Dieguez, senior ADR recordist at New Art Miami, recently completed work on three summer blockbuster films: "Ted," "Savages" and "Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter."
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Miami, FL (July 26, 2012)-Juan Dieguez, senior ADR recordist at New Art Miami, recently completed work on three summer blockbuster films: Ted, Savages and Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter.

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Dieguez, who has handled looping on a long roster of feature films, recorded and engineered the sessions with actors Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Mackie and Sandra Echeverria in the boutique's Hollywood-scale recording studio.

"Logistics is never an issue when connecting talent in Miami with west coast-based directors and ADR supervisors. It's a virtual session with no compromises-like we're working together in the same suite," says Diequez, who collaborated via ISDN lines, one for timecode and a second for communications between himself and the talent, and the director.

"Miami is a real Mecca for both actors who live, vacation or work here, as well a diverse mix of film and TV production," says Dieguez. "The talent really appreciates the convenience of being able to tap into the technology and talent of a world-class recording studio, in a spacious, modern facility right here in Miami. Over the years, we've built a reputation as a reliable source for ADR looping and ISDN services that are on par with L.A.'s and New York's top sound houses."

New Art's audio facility, built in 2010, features a 13-ft. x 15-ft. sound booth for a roomy and technically versatile facility. The studio uses Whisper Room by Vocal Booth, which can accommodate as many as six performers, and its high ceiling allow mics to be set up film-style. Dieguez usually uses a Sennheiser 416 shotgun microphone positioned on a boom two to three feet above the talent's head, and a secondary Sony ECM 78 lav body mics.

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