Movies have come a LONG way from way back when, eh? With the rapid growth of technology, one would think that sound effects can be created with relative ease in some sound program. The truth is that, despite visual effects being done mostly through computer programs, audio effects are a heck of a lot more practical.
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Some movies have resorted to mixing sounds of other animals such as seals and dogs making noises in order to create a monstrous roar. However, others opt for something a lot less complicated… a balloon. For the groans and yells of
Godzilla, the FX team simply recorded the rubbing of an inflated balloon in order to achieve the desired noise. The sound was then mixed and slowed down.
While Foley artists have been known to use buckets and pans of water to achieve ‘water’ sounds, a different approach is taken when it comes to falling rain: Bacon. Sizzling bacon in a pan is frequently used as a substitute for rain sound. If they don’t have any bacon on hand, uncooked rice being poured into a pan is used.
Crunches and breaks
When movies have scenes in which bones are broken, trees are snapped in half, or landscape gets stomped on by a large creature, CELERY is used. The sound of celery being snapped or ripped in half is perfect for this effect.
While I’m sure that nearly everyone on the planet is aware that the sound of horses galloping is often created via coconut shells, I would be remiss to not include this classic and completely true shot of it being done on-screen.
Bow & Arrow
The sound of an arrow being drawn out and shot is easily created with the use of a stick of bamboo. The stick is swiftly waved in front of a microphone, almost impeccably recreating the sound of an arrow being shot.
Due to the fact that shooting a gun off in a sound studio is less than ideal, other methods have to be explored. The most common method for recreating the sound of a gunshot is by using another kind of gun: A Staple Gun. Heavy staple guns recreate the sound of a gunshot perfectly and are almost always the go-to choice for foley artists.
Walking in snow
The crunch of walking in fresh snow is something that is recreated with another substance that somewhat resembles snow: Cornstarch. Cornstarch is poured onto a hard surface and is stepped on repeatedly by heavy shoes next to a microphone. This method creates an uncanny ‘snow crunch’ sound.
The sound of thunder is recreated most frequently with the use of large aluminum sheets. These bad boys being bent and waved into a microphone work great for this effect. Add in some sizzling bacon and you’ve got yourself a perfectly respectable audio storm.
Punching and hitting
When it comes to recreating the sound of punches and slaps, beating some meat… or, punching and slapping chunks of meat perfectly recreates the desired effect.
Forgetting the fact that the swing in this GIF is a rope swing, the best and easiest way to recreate the sound of swinging on a chain swing is by using a rusty hinge. Opening and closing a rusty hinge next to a mic creates a noise that is used for swings, old doors, windows, and a variety of other ‘old and creaky’ noises.
When scenes require that dreaded heartbeat sound, what you’re really listening to is the sound of large plastic trash cans. They’re simply flipped over and slowly pressed into repeatedly next to a microphone.
The best way to recreate a kissing sound in a studio short of actually kissing someone else is by kissing your arm. Yes, when you want to recreate the sound of sloppy make out sessions, foley artists make out with their own arms in front of the mic.
A falling body
You would think that using meat, like they do for recording punch sounds, would be perfect for this. However, when it comes to the art of recreating the sound of a body hitting the ground, large books are used. They’re simply held up and dropped next to a mic.
When it comes to recreating the sound of a fire roaring and crackling, bubble wrap or parchment paper is used.
Hatching or breaking eggs
When it comes to breaking eggs, hatching creatures, or anything that requires a cracking sound, most foley artists opt for breaking ice cream cones next to a mic.
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