One beautiful thing about Monday, is that it reminds you of the work you do! ?Whether you love it or not you gotta do it anyway ? Just make sure you do what you love! ?
Oh Sorry it’s teusday ? well the beginning of the week it is!
Hey Audio Girl!
Did you know that audio producers are the grit that pulls everything together? working to combine every element into a package that works.
From film scores to virtual reality, audio production careers traverse a wide area in the industry that rests at the heart of art, audience and its ever-changing technologies.
From shaping the sound of an album to creating virtual sound fields for video games, a career in audio production is dexterous and jumps industries including music, entertainment, fashion, television, film and pop culture…
From Virtual reality (VR) audio production to film scores, sound designers create virtual sounds recorded in a studio and synced with the actual motion picture to create a simulation of a real situation… ?
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#important Tip: Practically, all of the sounds you hear in most movies like a phone ringing, were not direct/natural sounds recorded on movie locations except for the dialogues though, they were added later in the post production in the studio ?
If you’ve been following our IG posts, here’s another aspect to it! we put up a video about how Foley artist create virtual sounds for movies.
According to Wiki – Foley (named after sound-effects artist Jack Foley) is the reproduction of everyday sound effects that are added to film, video, and other media in post-production to enhance audio quality.These reproduced sounds can be anything from the swishing of clothing and footsteps to squeaky doors and breaking glass.
The best Foley art is so well integrated into a film that it goes unnoticed by the audience.
It helps to create a sense of reality within a scene. Without these crucial background noises, movies feel unnaturally quiet and uncomfortable.
Foley artists recreate the realistic ambient sounds that the film portrays. The props and sets of a film often do not react the same way acoustically as their real life counterparts.
Foley sounds are used to enhance the auditory experience of the movie. Foley can also be used to cover up unwanted sounds captured on the set of a movie during filming, such as overflying airplanes or passing traffic.
The term “Foley” also means a place, such as Foley-stage or Foley-studio, where the Foley process takes place.
See how interesting audio production can get!? still thinking of where you fit in? Well! A world of amazing opportunity awaits you! Stick with us! ?
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