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as modifier Relating to or concerned with the addition of recorded sound effects after the shooting of a film.‘the aural details that foley artists duplicate’
- ‘When you hear that sound in the movies, it is usually due to foley effects.’
- ‘Actors, foley artist and musician work well together and everyone looks as if they are having great fun.’
- ‘Most of the foley work was recorded in the same rooms where the scenes were actually shot.’
- ‘We did almost no foley work other than punch and stab sounds, and there was no ADR or looping of any kind.’
- ‘Dialogue was clear and the foley effects approached naturalism.’
Named after the US film technician Jack Foley (1891–1967), the inventor of the process.
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