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Foleying is an excellent means of supplying the subtle sounds that production mikes often miss. The rustling of clothing and a queak of a saddle when a rider mounts his horse give a scene a touch of realism that is difficult to provide using other effects methods. A steamy sex scene was probably created by a foley artist making dispassionate love to his or her own wrist.   

The good Foley artist must “became” the actor with whom they are synching effects or the sounds will lack the necessary realism to be convincing.  

Most successful Foley artists are audiles; they can look at an object and imagine what type of sound it can be made to produce.  

The foley crew will include the artist or “walker,” who makes the sound, and a technician or two to record and mix it.  

A foley stage often appear to be storage areas for the studio’s unwanted junk. Metal laundry tubes are filled to the brim with metal trays, tin pie plates, empty soda cans, hubcaps, bedpans, knives, forks and broken staple guns. These crash tubes are used for anything from comedy crashes to adding presence (brightness and naturalness) to something as serious as a car crash.  

(film org)

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How to use pan reverb? And how it helps to locate our main character in the space?

I will show you how do do this in Luna’s show, a cartoon that was nominated to the Emmy Awards 2016.

Reverb is a very powerfull weapon toghether with pan automation in post production, and how to do this together?

A very effective way is the FMP button on Sends of the pro tools. The Follow Main Pan it links the send panner to the main panneruseful for copy the pan that you did on your track

When you turn the pan to the left your send follow the panner. See you it works

In a 5.1 reverb like in phoenix from exponential audio, the reverb reacts different with the pan. Each of those inputs has a unique group of early reflections 

 See and hear how it works