EdiCue makes life so much easier. Before discovering EdiCue I used a filemaker-based system to handle ADR cues. Now I can edit cues in a familiar format, but the best part of EdiCue is the ease of making changes. I also put foley notes and fx notes in the program while I spot my group. The ADR summary helps me estimate ADR times, plus it makes a handy printout to keep track of who I've already shot and cut.

Recently I used EdiCue for Homeland, The Blacklist, Charlie's Angels, and Necessary Roughness, to name a few.

Once you use this program, there is no going back.

Mark A. Lanza MPSE ­‐ Supervising Sound Editor Sony Pictures, Vice President of the Motion Picture Sound Editors

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