Film Sound - Foley from home Asbjoern Andersen


Insider challenged Foley Artist Tara Blume (Westworld, Atlanta, The OA) to recreate sounds for a classic movie scene from her home, using only things she had around her house. She picked Evil Dead II - and here's the result.

Bonus: We've also added lots of Foley stories, resources and videos to this post - find it all below:


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Bonus: Learn more about the art of Foley:

 

Want to know more about Foley sound? Check out these excellent stories and videos:

 

Foley stories and interviews:

Behind the fantastic Foley for ‘Peaky Blinders’ – with Anna Wright and Rebecca Glover
How Ad Astra’s stellar Foley sound was made – with Foley Artist Heikki Kossi
Ben Cross on recording, editing and mixing Foley
How to succeed in Foley – with Ronnie van der Veer
Heikki Kossi on the art and craft of Foley
 

More Foley resources:

The Foley Artist group on Facebook
The Guide to Creating Your Own Sound Effects
Find Foley Artists from all over the world on Soundlister (and get listed as a Foley Artist yourself)


Videos:

Meet the Foley team at Skywalker Sound:

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Inside the Pinewood Foley Studio

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How movie sound effects are made – with Foley artist Marko Costanzo

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Recording Foley Sound Effects for ‘The Night Manager’

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Foley Artists – How Movie Sound Effects Are Made

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The Magic of Making (Foley) Sound

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Uncover The Secret World of Foley – with Foley Artists Pete Burgis & Sue Harding:

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