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Old 7th January 2006, 01:04 PM   #1
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im a new member of diy.....
im willing know what is the differents between sound designing and foley ? is that a same processing ?

im doing my research on sound designing process for star wars film..

i need help.thanks

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Old 7th January 2006, 06:09 PM   #2
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What is 'foley'
I had to find out:
Machine used to generate sound effects for movies, the effects nowadays usually prerecorded or electronically synthesized but originally created using mechanical noise making devices such as springs, flapping cards, beaters on wood blocks and cloth, etc. Named after Jack Donovan Foley (1891-1967) who pioneered the art of adding sound effects to movie soundtracks.
Sound effects recorded in a studio, usually while watching a shot, in attempts to match movements onscreen. As with dialog, most every sound effect heard in movies was not recorded during the original filming. Foley artists create and perform many sound effects after the fact, particularly concerning body movements. ...
Formerly known as post sync effects. The creation of footsteps and other effects by walking in sync with a projected image. Hence the terms foley walkers, foley artists or foley dancers. The resultant recording will be free from any background noise and can then be used to support the sync sound in the final mix and also used to fill the M+E mix.
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