Foley is a term that describes the process of live recording of sound effects that are created by a Foley artist, which are added in post production to enhance the quality of audio for films, television, video, video games and radio.

The term "Foley" is also used to describe a place, such as Foley-stage or Foley-studio, where the Foley process takes place. "Foley" gets its name from Jack Donovan Foley (1891-1967), a sound editor at Universal Studios in the 1950s who became famous for his advancements in synchronized sound effects.

Foley Foley and Sound Effects are priced at $35.00 each and be any length up to four minutes. Multiple effects get a 10% discount. Extended length effects sessions are billed at $75.00 per hour.   Contact us at shoot@avedit.com Sound Effects Home