Clear and coherent dialogue is probably one of the most crucial aspects of a movie's auditory experience.This is usually the first step in the editing process, and requires full attention to detail and special tools for all the different audio problems that may occur on set.
Foley can be anything from the sound of cloth swishing, utensils clinking or footsteps, to a squeaky door or breaking glass. Foley sounds are used to enrich and enhance the auditory experience of a movie.
The SFX can be created in any way or form, it's really up to the imagination.I can manipulate a recording, or synthesize a completely new sound, as long as it helps the picture.
Every movie and every scene requires its own ambiance or a unique effect that gives the scene its identity. Many times, that can only be captured in a specific location.Finding and recording these locations is a personal favorite of mine.
Automatic dialogue replacement - the process of re-recording dialogue by the original actor.This improves the overall sound quality, and can even bring more out of the acting in existing shots.
Every aspect of the production gives the film its unique characteristics,and original music makes a huge part of the film's identity.The instrumentation, musical scale, harmony, melody, and any single musical element or detail, can make all the difference for the shot, scene, or the whole movie.
This is the final stage of the post-production process, where all the elements of the sound are mixed together and are placed in the overall “audio image”. Every platform (cinema, TV, Digital, etc.) requires a specific kind of mixing.