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When the 2009 director's cut was made, the actors had to return for additional dialogue recording.
In December 2011, Rapace undertook additional dialogue recordings for the film.
A number of weeks later they added additional dialogue recordings to the scenes, this was the "biggest difficulty" that was faced during the production process.
Welsh said that the use of machinery became problematic during filming so additional dialogue recordings were added to the scenes during post-production.
Wood said that the additional dialogue recording (ADR) was crucial to creating the character of Frank: "I knew that the character had to come alive when you didn't see him.
This process whereby an actor re-records lines spoken during filming in order to improve audio quality or reflect dialogue changes is called Automated Dialogue Replacement (ADR), also known as Additional Dialogue Recording.
She also did ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement, or Additional Dialogue Recording: a form of audio dubbing) work for features Big Fish, The Hunted, The Village and Mrs. Harris.
"We're worried about what we're going to do about A.D.R. - additional dialogue recording - if he's in prison," Ms. Gand-bhir said, referring to the process by which actors record lines in a sound studio after filming has been completed.
This means that the dialogue was recorded on location but, due to the often low quality of audio recorded in this manner, the actor was required to record the dialogue in a sound-proof studio in the standard filmmaking process known as Additional Dialogue Recording.
Automated Dialogue Replacement, or Additional Dialogue Recording (ADR), is the process of re-recording the original dialogue after the filming process for the purpose of obtaining a cleaner, more intelligible dialogue track (also known as "looping" or a "looping session").
In the Suspiria: 25th Anniversary documentary, Jessica Harper commented on the fact that while making Suspiria, as was common practice in Italian filmmaking at the time, the actors' dialogue was not properly recorded, but was later dubbed through ADR, or additional dialogue recording.