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Does anyone in the UK, or more specifically in the London area, know a crowd adr / loop group they'd recommend? A lot of loop groups can be a bit hammy or o.t.t - I've yet to hear anyone rave about a group they use, so I thought I'd try SSD to see if I had a bit more luck.

Thanks,

Michael

  • @Michael, wish I could help but loop groups are not my forté. Best of luck, though, and pls post if you've found a good one so that others can benefit. – Jay Jennings Dec 2 '10 at 6:00
  • Thanks Jay - will definitely post if I make any discoveries - don't know about in the States but over here there seems a real lack of an imaginative or creative solution to the issue that is more on a par with the attention to detail given to the other elements of the soundtrack. And yet it's damn expensive! – Michael Maroussas Dec 2 '10 at 11:37
  • @Micheal,it's definitely worth trying Vanessa at audiocatz. I've had some great stuff from her group in the past. Good luck. – Bern OReilly Apr 15 '11 at 8:51
  • Thanks Vanessa & Bern - will definitely give you a shout next time I need a loop group. Will report back with feedback when I do! – Michael Maroussas Apr 16 '11 at 20:29
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Hi,

Let me introduce you to http://audiocatz.com for ADR Loop Group and Character Revoicing.

Any questions - just drop us an Email

Best wishes,

Vanessa Baker

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