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A lot of it has to do with physics — especially sonics and resonance. Being able to get the right resonance out of something and being able to manipulate it — it’s too woody, it’s too “metal-y” — you can change that. You can know how to do that by having a good sense of the world, but it’s also about learning the physics.”
In-text: (Eddy, 2015)
Your Bibliography: Eddy, C., 2015. The Surprising Objects Used To Make Gruesome Sounds On The Walking Dead. [online] Io9.gizmodo.com. Available at: <https://io9.gizmodo.com/the-surprising-objects-used-to-make-gruesome-sounds-on-1695253108> [Accessed 19 June 2018].
“…it was Foley's idea to have the film projected on a screen on a soundstage and then to record sounds synchronized to the actor's movements. He was also the first to pay attention to the differing qualities of footsteps on film — varying the surfaces he walked on, using different shoes, etc. — and mimicking the sound of rustling fabric and other effects.”
In-text: (Jackson, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Jackson, B., 2005. Foley Recording. [online] Mixonline. Available at: <https://www.mixonline.com/recording/foley-recording-365547> [Accessed 19 June 2018].
"The industry was not so happy about the U camp jumping the gun, and all we could say was 'Hell, we didn't know it was loaded!' or words to that effect." said Foley in a journal article he wrote.
In-text: (Rodrigues, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Rodrigues, P., 2018. The Art of Foley - Jack Foley. [online] Marblehead.net. Available at: <http://www.marblehead.net/foley/jack.html> [Accessed 19 June 2018].
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