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Slice of Life is a love letter to the Science Fiction genre of the 80's, entirely made with practical effects and miniatures!
Slice of Life is a love letter to the Science Fiction genre of the 80's, entirely made with practical effects and miniatures!
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UPDATE 17 - SOUND & MUSIC!

Posted by Julius Film (Creator)
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Howdy!

We're back today with a brand new Production diary!
The movie is edited, and for the past few months we've been working hard on sound design and the soundtrack.

We didn't record absolutely any sound during filming. It was too complicated because of the on and off filming we did, and we actually decided that since we don't have dialogue we don't even need to bother. The plan was to recreate all the sounds in the studio with the help of our friend Ivan Mihoci. And that's actually totally OK. Even if we recorded sound we would probably re-record and replace a lot of it to get specific sounds that we wanted.

Also, we almost finished the work on the soundtrack with our buddy Tim Žibrat. We did several 3-day sessions with him over the past months and we really like the result!

Anyway, I explained it all in the new Production Diary No. 15 - SOUND & MUSIC!

It's the longest one to date! Unprecedented, spectacular 16 minute-behind-the-scenes of guys mostly sitting on a couch!!! :D

ENJOY!

Next phase is sound mixing, mixing of the soundtrack and color correction!

Talk soon!

Cherrio!

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    1. Marko Radosevic on

      You were supposed to fill out that ADR with real, sticky ribs. Now, that's THE sound. Quite different. hahah

    2. Marko Radosevic on

      This IS the best part of post-production. I would enjoy it immensely. :D

    3. Nathan Camp on

      Really great getting these insights into production. It is one of the best things about backing projects like this. Looking (and sounding) great!

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      Robert Shill on

      Hey guys,

      Any way to change 2017 to 2019 in IMDB? Just wondering!

      Great job,
      -Robert

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      Rick Howard on

      Fantastic, as always.