Directed by: Andres Ramirez
My latest doc! Artist and Professor Ryan Seslow discusses his many influences from the art world and how he applies it to his classrooms to build new experiences for himself and his students.
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Creating Sounds: Recreating sound effects for the Lion King
Folly sounds for The Lion King C.T 417- Advanced Sound
This project involved proped use sound effects (also known as folly) to replace the sound effects of a few scenes on the famous disney movie. All sounds are original and created by Anthony Garces and Andres Ramirez for Advance sound class
Making sounds for video and movies isn’t as simple as one may think. Actually, you often have to experiment and go through trial and error to make a sound effect. When making sound effects you can’t exactly record a sound you want to play on a video. For instance, if you want the sound effect of rain you can’t record the sound of rain, instead you would recreate the sound with a variation of objects. Recently my partner and I did a series of sound effects, all with office items and none of them really sounding like the actual items we recorded. Instead, we found ourselves surprised that certain actions and items recorded sounded like other things. One example is how clipping a stapler sounded almost like a gun cock. Once the sounds are recorded, you can either alter the quality a little bit to manipulate it the way you want it to work, or mix and match to have multiple item sounds sounding like a particular action. Experimenting, and trial and error are key when it comes to sound design.
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