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Peace 2009(09 wrap up)

I never really “look back”, I always keep looking forward and make sure I head in that direction as well. Writing this post has forced me to look back into my past adventures and experiences… Wow, I’m forever having a great time, and that’s what life should be about, right? 2009 was another epic year for me. I’m a 19 year-old in Los Angeles who runs around the city meeting amazing people, working on projects, learning(the hard and easy way), teaching others, and forever doing everything with a smile. I love life and I refuse to have any regrets. Now, Let’s get started with the highlights of my 2009….

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ADR on a Friday

So today for Whoopi vs Silentbat 2 (the film I’m working on), we had to finish up ADR with Cecil and Lonnie. Automated dialogue replacement or Additional dialogue recording (ADR) is a film sound technique involving the re-recording of dialogue after filming.

Our first stop was the Grove to get an adapter from the Apple store. Unfortunately, the adapter was way over priced so we were outtie.

We then went to a art store to pick up some supplies. In the parking lot there was this car that was bombed in stickers and spray paint.

We finally arrived at Cecil’s house and we immediately started to eat.

Cecil was eating some weird shrimp or crab.. I don’t know what it is, but he was eating it with hot sauce.

Carlos, Lonnie, and I decided to munch on some delicious White Castle cheeseburgers.

I also played with his dog Sebastian.

After stuffing our faces we chatted for a bit in Cecil’s room while waiting for Antoine and his bro to come.

Once Antoine and his brother arrive we started our ADR session right away.

So we worked….

and worked…

A lil joking around.

Then we had a break and ate these cookies to celebrate a holiday (I’m sorry I forgot the name of it).

After waking up lonnie…

It was then his turn to help us with recording.

In between our breaks we had a pretty intense discussion about creating a website and other secret stuff.

Then we got back to finishing the last bits of recording.

We even recorded foley sound for random parts in our film.

After recording we hopped back into the Hybrid and decided to go get some food. By this time it was already 10:00. It took us about 5 hours to record and everything!

We ended the day/night at Roscoe’s, it was delicious!