Foley Artist Tools Of The Trade

Did you ever wonder how everyday sounds are recreated in film? Foley artists (named after Jack Foley of Universal Studios circa 1927) create the ambient sounds that make a film sound authentic. The image above is a toolkit for the artists that  helps them create the "everyday" sounds you hear in movies such as the swishing of clothing and footsteps. The kit was designed by Chiara Onida and the variety of the tools' shapes, textures and dimensions ensures a rich range of sounds.

Link - Via Gizmodo

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