By Stephanie Ciccarelli
October 17, 2006
Don't miss The Masters Advanced ADR/Looping Event with Pat Fraley in Los Angeles on January, 21, 2007 (updated).
The good news is pouring in!
Students who have participated in this dynamic event are now reporting in with the news of ADR work in Seattle, Vancouver, San Diego, The Bay Area, Denver, Phoenix, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta, Charlotte, Toronto, NY, and Boston.
There is not a region in North America that doesn't hire actors and voice people to do ADR/Looping for film and video projects.
Sure, LA is the MECCA for ADR work, and other cities aren't looping Disney's next Blockbuster â€“ but anime, documentaries, industrials, and independent films all need ADR, and there are Post-Production Houses to meet their needs spread across the US and Canada.
There is work available to those who are trained. What better way to introduce yourself to the powers that be by letting them know you have been trained by the best in the country in the best facility in LA?
Thanks for the class!! I just did my first paid looping/ ADR session in SAN DIEGO.
Lisa Renee Pitts, LA Talent
I worked 2 days LOOPING at Skywalker Ranch for a movie...Zodiac. I felt extremely well prepared!! Thank you!
Brett Pels, LA Talent
I'm booked at Skywalker ranch all day today for a Looping/ADR session on a Warner Bros. Feature for KBA. Thanks for the great instruction and giving me a leading edge!
DC Goode, Sacramento Voice Talent
The Master's ADVANCED ADR/Looping Event
This is an all-new ADR/Looping Event designed to take you to the heights of ADR skills. In ONE DAY, you will learn all you need to know about Group ADR Work and Re-Voicing.
Conducted by a team of Masters who know how to get it done:
Terri Douglas: Leading casting and ADR session Queen, casts and conducts sessions for films like Disney's Chicken Little, The Haunted Mansion, The Cat Returns, The Wild, Santa Claus II and III, and ON and ON and ON. She'll be guiding the participants through the exact methods she uses on the stage for Disney.
Ned Lott: Senior Manager of Disney Character Voices, involved in directing and casting ADR Sessions for Disney/Miyazaki projects such as, Howl's Moving Castle, Porco Rosso, Whisper of the Heart, along with casting involvement on The Chronicles of Narnia. He'll be teaching how to re-voice characters on the screen.
Eric Thompson: ADR Engineer who will guide the technical side of the event with the expertise that can only come from over 20 years of experience. Eric has engineered the ADR for hundreds of diverse films and TV projects, ranging from Ghostwriter, Sin City, Empire Falls, Hustle & Flow and Sideways to lighter fare like The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl and Garfield 2.
Patrick Fraley: Voice-Over Talent, Teacher, supplying inside skills and techniques from his 30 years doing voices for feature films such as Disney's Toy Story II, Monsters Inc., Chicken Little, The Wild, and Miyazaki's Princess Mononoke. Along with Ned, he'll be sharing his method of re-voicing characters up on the screen.
Pat Brady: LA Voice-Over Talent Agent, is the Co-chair of the Animation Department at CESD L.A. On the ADR/Looping front, she works daily, booking actors with Barbara Harris and Leigh French to name a few. Pat has been an agent for 26 years, and is one of the most knowledgeable people in the industry in regards to working the ADR / Looping / Sound-Alike aspects of voice-over. Pat is donating time to spend with us for a Q&A Session.
- Work on LA's Premiere Professional ADR Sound Stage. Wilshire Stages in Los Angeles, where the producers and directors of major films and television programs choose to do their post-production with a collection of FRESH animated and live action feature films splashed up on the screen.
- Learn Advanced Re-Voicing, Special Techniques & Insider Tricks, and Ensemble Work.
As an encouragement to travel into Los Angeles, I'll pickupâ€ gas money, or at least a leg (or ankle) of air travel by taking $100.00 off this event.
If you are interested, please get back to me (Pat Fraley) ASAP, as enrollment is limited.
Cost: $795. FOR YOU, $695. Check, Cash, Credit Cards - payment schedules arranged upon request.
Place: Wilshire Stages. 640 South San Vicente Blvd., LA 90048
When: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM on January 21, 2007.
Workshop is limited to around 16 participants (sign up now! This will fill rapidly).
To Enroll: patfraleyteaches (at) aol.com or call 818.400.3733
I'll recommend accommodations near the Sound Stage, and help you figure out transportation.
Regards,animation, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Disney, French, how to, industry, Los Angeles, Queen, TV
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