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Foley is a very artistic and creative process which aims to recreate and enhance sound FX for film and television. Using many different techniques and props ranging from aeroplane wings, car doors, glasses, plates, handcuffs and anything in between – a foley artist can match, if not better the existing sound recorded on set. They also provide footsteps for every character on screen on any surface they happen to be walking, running even crawling on.
Sound FX/Design is the process of generating audio elements. The sound designer may create sound FX, atmospheres, sonic textures and filmic ambiances that will create natural or unnatural worlds, whichever the projects needs. This is all pointed towards aiding the audiences connection with the show and bringing it to life.
The dialogue editor is a type of sound editor who assembles, synchronises, and edits all the dialogue in a film or television production. Usually they will use the production tracks: the sound that was recorded on the set.
This discipline in the audio wheel is designed to a) make sure that all the film dialogue is in the correct place b) check the quality of the dialogue sound and c) work with actors to re-record dialogue where necessary.
Re-Recording Mixers were formerly known as Dubbing Mixers. They work with all the sound elements (Dialogue, Automated Dialogue Replacement, Foley, Sound Effects, Atmospheres, and Music), and mix them together to create the final soundtrack. They are responsible for making sure that film sound is correct both technically and stylistically.