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 Recording dialog in moving car 
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Post Recording dialog in moving car
How would one go about recording dialog in a moving car? I'm going to cut between two characters and I imagine the sound is going to be different with each shot. Studio/green screen is not an option.

EDIT: I mean car as in automobile, if it wasn't clear enough :)


Tue Apr 24, 2012 1:49 pm
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Post Re: Recording dialog in moving car
ADR if you really want consistent crisp sound.

otherwise with some equalization adjustments and such. you can pull of something decent if u have a decent mic

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Sat May 05, 2012 5:13 pm
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Thanks! I'll try and shoot with a decent mic, and if I'm not satisfied I'll ADR it.


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Post Re: Recording dialog in moving car
You might want to consider putting a lav on each actor, you'll get better sound compared to using a single mic for both and it should be consistent from shot to shot.

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