A fun and useful article for new media types –Douglas
If you’ve ever wanted to play at being a Foley artist for your own audio recordings, here’s a list of common household objects that can create tricky but believable sound effects.
Sound designer David Filskov posts an interesting list of tricks he’s collected from other designers for turning common objects into audio trickery. It seems like a stretch, until you realize that movie soundtracks are rarely recorded from the source—often because doing so would be dangerous, impractical, or wouldn’t sound believable.
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