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Need help to build new post-production studio for ADR

Hello Guys,
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Need help to build Post-Production facility .

Hello ,
I have a dream to build a post-production facility . Please help to pick the right equipment again we well cater only low budget regional films in northern india. I don't know much about audio for film post-production line. My self Strictly video or film guy. Please send much info you can about what should I get or not to get far as equipment. Open for your honest advice & suggestion. Thanks you very much . Happy New Year in advance .......

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Buy some books!

Start with something like Everst's classic "Sound Studio Construction on a Budget", or whatever later version you can get hold of. Recording ADR, VO and foley requires slightly different techniques than a typical low-budget music studio. It doesn't have to be expensive, but does require some thought even before you lay out the walls.

Then get one or two of the good how-to books about post production audio for film, written by people who do this stuff for a living. (I can think of at least four good authors off the top of my head...)

They won't recommend specific brands or models to buy, but that's the last thing you should be worrying about. They -will- tell you what you have to be able to do, what specific kinds of equipment are used for it, and how to use it. Then you can make intelligent choices about where to spend your money based on the latest developments in the market.

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Or spend a lot of money and hire a studio consultant.
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Buy Jay's books too!

Also--
F. Alton Everest's books (Amazon.com: F. Alton Everest: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks, Kindle)

Rod Gervais: "Home Recording Studio: Build it like the pros"
Home Recording Studio: Build It Like the Pros - Rod Gervais - Google Books

Hang out on the John L. Sayers forum. Lots of good info there--you have a lot of reading to do! But these 3 resources have helped me a lot with room acoustics, HVAC etc etc. John Sayers' Recording Studio Design Forum • Index page

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Building post-production studio

Hello Guys,
Happy New Year to all of you.
Thanks for the info but i'm not too much in to reading books maybe in can look at some dvd video or youtube etc. Please let me know if you have more info . Thanks
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Thanks for the info but i'm not too much in to reading books maybe in can look at some dvd video or youtube etc.
My best professional advice is that you reconsider the book thing.
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This won't get you far
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Without wanting to sound obnoxious or anything, you will NOT learn how to build a post facility by watching videos on YouTube. There may be plenty of cool videos showing some nice facilities but it will get you nowhere when it comes to actually planning and building the place.
Do try to get some books that will really give you sound advice on basic or advanced acoustic treatment and building techniques.
Good luck with your project.

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Thanks for the info but i'm not too much in to reading books maybe in can look at some dvd video or youtube etc.
If you don´t like the book format, then you could start by reading threads here on GS and over at the avid forums! That´s what I´ve been doing since 2006! And it has helped me a lot!

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Hello Guys,
Happy New Year to all of you.
Thanks for the info but i'm not too much in to reading books maybe in can look at some dvd video or youtube etc. Please let me know if you have more info . Thanks
Well, the Sayer's forum and Gervais's book both have a lot of diagrams, but detailed construction as needed for a studio doesn't really lend itself to making videos. If the books being in English is a problem I think Everest's books at least have been translated into other languages. Otherwise you may want to seek out people in your country who have done this kind of work and hire them as a consultant. There is a lot to know if you want to do even a decent job. For a really good result your first time trying you will absolutely need a lot of help, even with doing a lot of reading! And, as you know...the equipment is the easy part!

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Post Good books

Ok every one i think i don't have a choice i have to go to reading route for me reading in english or speaking english is not a problem so i well download some these books to my iPad and start reading them. One think i like to clear with every body that my self is only director of operation of my post-production studio i well hire employes to work for me i don't have to do anything to do with recording audio or ADR etc.....
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One think i like to clear with every body that my self is only director of operation of my post-production studio i well hire employes to work for me i don't have to do anything to do with recording audio or ADR etc.....
that won't get you far either. You need to be on top of what you company does
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Ok every one i think i don't have a choice i have to go to reading route for me reading in english or speaking english is not a problem so i well download some these books to my iPad and start reading them. One think i like to clear with every body that my self is only director of operation of my post-production studio i well hire employes to work for me i don't have to do anything to do with recording audio or ADR etc.....
It's an admirable dream, I just hope you're not doing it for the money. If you're doing it for the love of the craft that's great, but you won't get rich running a post production facility.
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Get an acoustician such as
John Brandt www.jhbrandt.net

John did the acoustics for my studio and I recommend him.

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Hello,
Mr. Ben thank you very much sir i have send e mail to john let see what happens.....Thanks alot.
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