How Movie Sound Tracks Are Created

Submitted by: Squrlz4Sale 4 years ago in

Veteran Foley artist Gary Hecker explains his craft.
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Female 1,803
I took the super VIP tour at Warner Bros. studios in LA and got to go in a Foley room and walk around. Was cool seeing all the random stuff they use to make different sounds. They had big square areas bordered off, one had a dirt floor, another sand, another with leaves, another wood floor etc. And they had all sorts of different chairs and furniture that would sound different dragged across the floor. A ton of different shoes. All sorts of stuff. Then a big screen hanging on a wall so they could watch the movie while they made the sounds. Was a cool tour. PLUS, I ate lunch at a table next to George Clooney and waved at John Stamos when we went through the ER set. He waved back. Swoooonnn!!!!
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Male 4,891

I spent years working professional audio...mostly live sound. I`ve always wanted to Foley work. Heck, anything A for V related would be awesome. That is a very tough nut to crack tho. Those jobs are usually taken by audio engineers with decades of experiance
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Male 1,421
I`m planning to go here for my internship: http://www.h5.fi/index.html ;)
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Male 840
And I thought that was a real horse panting. Now I feel so violated.
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Male 11,739
He is a little too good at the heavy breathing.
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Female 6,381
I find foley work fascinating, but if I tried it, and a scene was working out, I`d probably do a big *snicker* >snort!< in the middle of it and ruin a perfect take.
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Female 2,761
I love this stuff
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Male 7,031
These guys have one of the most creative and interesting jobs in the world.
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Male 6,227
Link: How Movie Sound Tracks Are Created [Rate Link] - Veteran Foley artist Gary Hecker explains his craft.
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