I recently had an ADR session and turned it over to the production company.
The original production sound was quite echoey and had a bit of a tail on the audio.
I gave the company 2 raw mics and one with a reverb printed on it that I thought matched nicely, though I know it's going to need more EQ to match perfectly.
Is what I did correct? I'm a bit worried about the match and that I'll get word back from the company that I blew the whole thing and ruined their project.
Or am I safe to say that the mixer will deal with it? I have no clue where they will mix it or what will happen beyond this point - all I know is that it will require a bit of clever editing and EQing to match.
I really hope the mixers and editors they use are competent.
What would you do in a situation like this? Turn over ONLY a treated track and not give them the raws in anticipation that it won't match well if they end up using the raws?
I turned over the raws so they had something to go back to if they needed to.
I hope it works out...
P.S. - My oh my does the CMIT 5U do wonders on room tone rejection. It sounded so dead in my room which is a bit more live than a traditional ADR stage.