Sefi sat down with Broadcast to talk about the history of foley, how modern technology is changing workflows and share some unique stories that have come about from the various films we’ve had the pleasure of working on.
“Foley is an area of post-production that re-creates live sounds captured on film. Often, the sound quality on set is too poor to use in the actual feature, or a bigger sound is needed for dramatic effect, and so the majority of the audio is recorded on a foley stage. A foley stage can be found in any major post-production company where props and equipment are used to capture all the individual sounds using different textured surfaces.”
Read the full interview here!