Posts Tagged ‘Foley’
We like Foley here at Calrec.
It’s so very creative, and immediate and inspiring. It’s not all about coconuts, as we have heard it unfairly described as before (by me, actually, here. Sorry.)
Tonight, London’s East End plays host to Making Tracks, an event which combines live music and sound with new short films. Supported by Arts Council England, this year the [...]
It must be strange going shopping for groceries with a Foley artist. While you’re stocking up the larder or finding the ingredients for a special meal, he’s off looking for a green coconut that’s just the right size to be used in a beheading scene, as was the case for Universal Sound‘s Alex Joseph, one [...]
SoundWorks Collection: Gary Hecker, Veteran Foley Artist from Michael Coleman on Vimeo.
A while ago, Kevin posted this update about the skill of the Foley artists who provide all the essential atmospheric background sounds for the films and TV series we so enjoy.
I found another, similar, video on the Digital Learning Foundation site about Foley artist [...]
Last week, BBC1′s early evening live magazine programme The One Show (which is mixed on a Calrec Omega console) carried a rather entertaining report on the skills of the Foley Artist. With technology playing an increasingly bigger part in modern film soundtracks, the report spoke to Foley Artist Jack Stew, who won a Golden [...]