Civil War is a big, loud ensemble movie. That’s what we expect from it, and that’s why it’s fun. But when the camera is whipping around during a huge fight scene, how come we still know what’s happening?
The experience of playing Far Cry: Primal is immersive and visceral, an achievement that can be attributed at least in part to its phenomenal score, which fuses modern recording techniques with ancient instruments.
We all have made sci-fi sound effects with our mouths, which is why this bad foley edition of Star Wars' scenes is absolutely ridiculous and fun.
If you need any other proof that the filmmakers behind Lincoln went above and beyond the call of duty to make the film as authentic as possible, sound designer Ben Burtt tracked down one of Lincoln's original pocket watches and recorded its actual ticking sound. That's dedication.
This is a portable toolkit for foley artists, the people that create the "everyday" sound you hear in movies. It was designed by Chiara Onida and rolls up neatly inside the canvas mat.