This is my completed project. I sound designed and scored this film by Buried Hatchet Production.
Check Out the original version of Withered
Thanks to Buried Hatchet Production for letting me use their film.
This is the first step Foley Artist do when working on a film. They write down a timeline of the film and write down the various sounds they will have to recreate.
This is my timeline of Withered
These are videos of me recording the Foley
Foley was invented by Jack Foley. Foley was the first sound artist to do film. He pioneered the techniques that are still used today. Foley originated in the 1920s. Foley is a unique way to do sound effects for movies and tv. Foley is usually recorded in post production synchrony with the picture. So they don’t record it before and try to match it with a scene, they record in real time. Foley is needed in movies and tv to replace the field recording or enhance the sound. Foley artists reproduce everyday sounds like footsteps, rain, doors, cars, wind, etc. They record on a foley stage. The stage is filled with thousands of objects, textures, and surfaces to try and recreate the sounds to the film.
First step, the artist watches the entire movie and writes down all the sound effects that will need to be created. Second step, they gather all the materials they might need for the sound. And last they perform the sounds.