Have you heard the term "Foley" and why is it important in the film industry?
Foley is a unique sound effects technique that involves creating and "executing" everyday sounds for movies and television shows. Artists create these sounds in a recording studio during post-production, in sync with the image to improve audio quality.
How does Foley work?
Foley artists reproduce everyday sounds such as opening and closing doors, blowing wind, breaking glass, the sound of footsteps and other ambient noises. These sound effects are added for post-production editing to enhance the listening experience of a movie or TV show.
Why is foley used?
Foley artists recreate random sounds for several reasons: