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The art of sound design: How to be a Foley artist

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How are animated movies filled with so many real ambient sounds? Go behind the scenes at Lucasfilm’s new state-of-the-art sound lab with Foley artists Shelly Roden and John Roesch, as WIRED senior editor Peter Rubin learns how to make sounds for a scene from Zootopia. Plus, below: More with John Roesch.

Next, watch a few more sound effects vids: Sounds of the Hardware Store and Hummingbird from Diego Stocco, Sound Magician.

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