Foley Recording

Jackson, Blair
September 2005
Mix;Sep2005, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p52
Discusses issues related to Foley recording or recording of film sound effects that are added in the post-production of motion pictures. Demands and peculiarities of Foley recording; Opinion and tips from Foley artist John Roesch. INSET: You Don't Know Jack!.


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