Filmmaking Secrets! The Easy Way To FOLEY Your Movie Master
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- Master the world of Foley.
- How to make a movie sound better.
- Hands on lectures.
- Where to find FREE tracks.
- A solid understanding of M&E.
- You will know how to improve audience engagement.
- You will learn the secrets that many filmmakers do not know.
- Basic knowledge of editing is needed for this class.
- Microphone and recording device.
Learn from a professional that has successfully delivered over 36 movies to distributors.
This brand new Udemy course familiarizes you to the world of Foley. This class shows you how to better engage your audience through the use of Foley. Foley your movie FAST. Improve your chances of a distribution deal for your movie. Know what is needed for overseas deals. Foley is one of the most overlooked processes in Filmmaking.
Sound can make or break a film!
A class that is a must for ALL filmmakers!
Not only will you become an expert in Foley and sound design, you will also improve your overall production quality of all your VIDEO productions.
Does your movie feel slow? Improve your Movie’s pace through sound design.
I show you how I used SOUND DESIGN to resurrect a dead studio deal on a movie.
You will finally understand what M&E is and what is needed for distribution deliverables.
The class is MOBILE ready for ON-THE-GO.
As well as the Udemy 30 day money back simple guarantee, you have my personal promise that you will be delighted in what I will show you. You will kicking yourself that you haven’t started doing these things!
Every minute you delay is costing your MOVIE’S FUTURE…
Nothing is kept secret – I reveal everything I do as a Foley artist and sound designer.
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- This course is meant for filmmakers or videographers who are not familiar with professional sound design needed for distribution. Basic knowledge of editing is needed for this class. If you are a filmmaker, movie maker, cinematographer, make short films or in film school, this course is for you. If you are interested in creating sound effects.
This lecture shows you the importance of stuff we pay no attention to.
This lecture shows you the importance of stuff we pay no attention to
Sites That Offer Sounds
Like I said, try to think what people would put in as keywords. I rename every clip I download so I can locate quickly in the future.
www.freesound.org This site offers free. They would like if you upload some of your clips to help out the community. They also have donations that help the cause.
These are NOT FREE www.soundogs.com This site charges per clip.
These are NOT FREE www.audiojungle.net This site charges per clip.
Dialogue Check list
1. CONSISTENT VOLUME. Make sure the dialogue is consistent throughout the entire movie. Keep an eye on the volume meters. Watch for drifting.
2. NOISE BETWEEN WORDS. Clean up any noise found between words spoken. If there is noise present with words, search for another take to replace.
3. COPY LEFT OR RIGHT TO MONO. If you have recorded stereo tracks with dialogue on left or right, then dual mono (Final Cut) or fill left or right so the dialogue is in center.
4. PARAMETRIC EQ Using EQ takes some practice to see how it can help you.
5. REVERB. Use Reverb to adjust for room size with dialogue. Reverb can also be used on Foley as well.
6. EFFECTS. Effects are fun to experiment with. Although I don’t use to many effects, they can make sounds sound more interesting.
7. HUM Again play around with your EQ. Keep in mind there are 3 basic things when it comes to EQ. Frequency, range or scope, and boost up or down.
8. FIXING DISTORTION Very difficult to fix. Try to find an alternate take to replace. ADR may be the answer if the spot is avoidable.
9. ADR Remember to listen and not watch before each take. Direct actors and have them listen to the track as well. Keep an attention to inflections, delivery, distance and tone. Also try breaking up sentences.