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Cliff’s Notes of the last 2 months

We’ve been working non stop. On March we continued our post-production journey with the audio phase and the color correction. We will divide this post in 5 steps: ADR, Color Correction, Audio, Visual FX and CGI Modeling.


Luis "El Pillo" Herrera ADRing

Luis "El Pillo" Herrera ADRing

We have two days of ADR, all the actors came to replace all the lines that we couldn’t hear properly and to add some spice to a couple of scenes.

ADRing the Incident

ADRing the Incident

STEP 2 Color Correction

We have several sessions at Crew Cuts, we were really amazed with the immensity of the room we used. Definitely we were really lucky of have a prime post-production facility like them helping us with the color correction.

Our first visit to our Color Corection Station

Our first visit to our Color Correction Station

We had the best colorists ever, Josh and Andy, and the best color correction producer Stephanie who called us everytime a slot was available to go there and work.

Josh and Andy on Duty!

Josh and Andy on Duty!

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Color correction and Audio mixing!

I’m very glad to announce that subHysteria is under it’s last step of post production: the color correction and the audio mixing.

The color correction is being done at Crew Cut, and it’s a great deal to give a more important role to colors in the final image that all of you will see on the screen, since it was such a beautiful work that Philip Armand did in the set with his crew. Now all the work can get to another level just by working the levels, and hues and all of the different parameters of the video signal.

For all of us who saw the final cut will be a great deal to watch sH without proxy in the audio like a real phone ring instead of somebody in the set doing the sound with his voice. I’m glad that we have such a great team in audio post at Zampol and at Mixology.  With the foley and the sound effects, believe me, sH will be another story and a much better one, since you’ll be able to get more involved in the hole process of being in a subway car for such a long time.

Just a little more time and sH will be a really entertaining feature that hopefully will detach you from reallity and give you something to think about EVERYTIME you use the subway system…