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Some objects, like paper bags, ice cubes, and pool balls, make an unexpected amount of noise. This can be a big problem on set, as any of these unwanted sounds can get in the way of dialogue. To ensure the sound team gets the best sound possible, the prop team will create silent versions of real products. Prop master Scott Reeder replaced loud pool balls with much quieter painted racquetballs for bar scenes in shows like "Friday Night Lights." Meanwhile, Tim Schultz of Prop TRX uses vinyl and fabric to make quieter versions of grocery bags, sandwich bags, and cellophane, as seen on "Entourage," "Mike & Molly," and "The Kominsky Method." Reeder and Schultz showed us how they found quiet alternatives to some of the loudest props out there.

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YORUMLAR: 4 579
Ying Zhang
Ying Zhang 6 aylar önce
We need those quiet plastic chip bags in theatres NOW.
lovely lip bones ouwwwwww wolvres.
lovely lip bones ouwwwwww wolvres. 4 gün önce
Yeah
Vousie V
Vousie V 17 gün önce
@Kazuhoshi Inoue This is why we have popcorn in boxes. Eliminate both sounds.
Person X
Person X 29 gün önce
@Kazuhoshi Inoue well I'd say we replace the chips too. 😂
Etienne Miemczyk
Etienne Miemczyk Aylar önce
@Kazuhoshi Inoue dip them in water first
ÆRational
ÆRational Aylar önce
@Kazuhoshi Inoue You just spray those with a little water and glycerin..
09mrbubbles
09mrbubbles 3 aylar önce
It's funny the amount of effort that goes into making these soundless props, considering the amount of, equally bizarre work that goes into adding the sound again later.
K A
K A 8 saatler önce
Omg ahaha I just said this to my partner - it's totally nuts!!
The Ultimate Reductionist
The Ultimate Reductionist 13 gün önce
GREAT point, bubbles!
Daughter of the King
Daughter of the King Aylar önce
Jesus loves you
FilmFanaticX
FilmFanaticX Aylar önce
@Steve Thea Don't quote me, but I think it's an episode from Entourage. I'm speculating with the HBO watermark in the top left corner and at 5:15 I'm pretty sure that's Jeremy Piven...
Steve Thea
Steve Thea Aylar önce
@09mrbubbles which movie 5:20?
yungtown
yungtown 20 gün önce
Love the problem solving. Major props to these guys. (No pun)
Nietabs
Nietabs 2 gün önce
Burger
HelloItsVG
HelloItsVG 3 aylar önce
Small details but soooo interesting
Daughter of the King
Daughter of the King Aylar önce
Jesus loves you
happygamingboy
happygamingboy 3 aylar önce
fax
Kelli Suzuki
Kelli Suzuki 3 aylar önce
I only truly realized just how noisy all these everyday objects were when I tried to get ready for school while my college roommates were fast asleep... every open and close of any door/closet/drawer, every scooting of the chair or click of the keyboard, every turn of a doorknob and every creak of the bunk bed ladder, every rustle of clothing and bags...I could go on and on and on!
Diana S
Diana S 2 aylar önce
@English Sahel انجليزي سهل HHAAHAH
English Sahel انجليزي سهل
English Sahel انجليزي سهل 3 aylar önce
Lol.. keep going i'm learning new words with you
raydunakin
raydunakin 5 aylar önce
This was really interesting. I'm familiar with a lot of ways props are used in movies but never knew about the need to make quiet versions of ordinary objects.
raydunakin
raydunakin 24 gün önce
@Sofa Ⓥ LOL!
Sofa Ⓥ
Sofa Ⓥ 24 gün önce
What an ordinary comment.
Manda Terry
Manda Terry 2 aylar önce
@iZetto o pm
shockofthenew
shockofthenew 3 aylar önce
@Mechanikal Bull speaking as an editor, the main reasons this is done are: 1. a take with a great performance being spoiled by prop noises overlapping the dialogue is incredibly frustrating and expensive. Background sound can be removed in post, but it's time-consuming and removing a lot of noise can degrade the quality of dialogue audio. 2. every shot in a movie is taken separately and edited together, so if the prop noise is 'baked in' to the take, and then you want to cut to a different take, but there's crinkly paper bag in the first one and not the second because the actor was holding it differently, that's going to be really hard to cover. When you take all that into account it actually is much easier to add background sounds in post!
bmxscape
bmxscape 3 aylar önce
@Katie Cottingham HAHAHAH you did not just compare dragging and dropping a mp3 file to "as much artistry as the most accomplished musician combined with the knowledge of the science of sound" man you are delusional
naly202
naly202 2 aylar önce
The entire movie crew is phenomenal, yet only the actors take the credit
THE FRUSTRATED NEET ASPIRANT
THE FRUSTRATED NEET ASPIRANT 14 gün önce
They live a better life without fame But actually in the industry they are well known
31 Đoàn Nam Phong
31 Đoàn Nam Phong 2 aylar önce
stuntners are so underated
Melanie Ruddy
Melanie Ruddy 2 aylar önce
All them eager actors gladly take the credit for the lines created by the people tucked away from sight
MsSphinx91
MsSphinx91 4 aylar önce
I always assumed the sound editors were just that good! 😅 I'm sure they are, but who would've thought the prop guys had to worry about sound? Just one more reason why a professional movie costs so much. There are so many craftsmen on set.
None
None 3 aylar önce
The fact that we never realized these details shows how good he's doing his job.
Rickyticky Bobbywobbin
Rickyticky Bobbywobbin 3 aylar önce
I had always noticed the brown bags in shows that look really thick but never gave it much thought. Before watching this, I probably would’ve assumed it was for durability so the bags don’t fail during multiple takes
SuperWiiBros08
SuperWiiBros08 5 aylar önce
Ok that's freaking neat, I never realized that on many shows I've watched
Tutorial Madness
Tutorial Madness 2 aylar önce
Well, now you do.
Maurice Nestler
Maurice Nestler 4 aylar önce
Well that's the point isn't it
That Guy
That Guy 4 aylar önce
sup checkmark
Flame Epidemic
Flame Epidemic 4 aylar önce
Right? I thought it fancy editing to make it quieter
Moshake_
Moshake_ 4 aylar önce
@skukish if your foreskin heals faster than your brain calculating the simplest problems, i would like you to do a favour and shut up
GreenNectar
GreenNectar 4 aylar önce
Actor: barely moving Insider: "All you would hear is" KSSCHKSHKSHCKSHCKSHCKSHKCSH
Daughter of the King
Daughter of the King Aylar önce
Jesus loves you
Nick
Nick Aylar önce
@Carbon Jett Asher umm what???????
not an airplane
not an airplane 2 aylar önce
@민꿀보라해 bro
Leyren
Leyren 2 aylar önce
@Patriot 03 which become exceedingly more difficult when having many different layers of noise, and overlaps in them. You will most definitely also end up with losses either way. It's not like it magically knows what sounds you want to keep and what not. A lot easier to lessen the work beforehand. Same goes with real life props vs CGI.
Madelyne Scholp
Madelyne Scholp 2 aylar önce
@민꿀보라해 damn someone’s bitter.
Rishi_Raj
Rishi_Raj 3 aylar önce
This makes sense when you realize just how sensitive the microphones are
E Lisa
E Lisa 4 aylar önce
Wow, us common people might sometimes think that making movies is a funny dream-job and/or only focus on actors, but there is actually so much effort, hard work, creativity and a variety of people, skills and professions involved behind each tiny detail! Very interesting.
Angelina Albano
Angelina Albano 3 aylar önce
I never knew that this was a part of movie making. It's just neat to see the behind the scenes of every single thing/department that goes into making movies. I am definitely going to be paying attention for these props in everything I watch now.
Tasnim Tabassum
Tasnim Tabassum 6 aylar önce
So much more effort goes into movies and tv shows then we actually can even think about.
Speeder84XL
Speeder84XL 5 aylar önce
Yeah! A lot of effort to actually make the sound WORSE (more unrealistic), than it would otherwise be...
Derek G
Derek G 5 aylar önce
​@DJ Kinney And of course, aspyish as you might find me to be, I realize that you might just be joking in good fun, but this being the internet, it's also quite possible that you were doing an ad hominem, that is, calling me an aspy as justification to hastily dismiss what I am saying as invalid. I was responding in case of that latter possibility.
Tasnim Tabassum
Tasnim Tabassum 5 aylar önce
@Derek G you sure have a way with your words. I'm impressed.
Derek G
Derek G 5 aylar önce
​@Tasnim Tabassum So I suppose I won the intellectual battle but lost the social one? :) Congrats to you I guess, but hey, if you want to know why I think what I think, well, as you can see, such information has been made available :) I'll change if you find holes in it, but I won't change to fit in with the group, that is something I won't do and refuse to do :)
Derek G
Derek G 5 aylar önce
​@DJ Kinney I mean, did I do something wrong? Perhaps the comment I felt like making isn't the one that you felt like making. Neither of us did anything wrong just because of something like that, with the one clear difference being that you are trying to go after my character and I did not go after anyone's character in responding to the point.
Not Jordan
Not Jordan 3 aylar önce
This is truly fascinating! I had no idea that such small and forgettable props can have so much work done to make sure that the noise isn't harsh on the ears! Very cool indeed.
frog
frog 4 aylar önce
I can tell you, as a boom operator, that sound engineer on the field is listening trough headphones that have incredibly ”colored” high frequencies, as almost all modern headphones do, but colored is just nice way of saying sharp, spiky and it gets worse with higher spl or sound volume, so, as they listen to a live scene take very loud, to better spot artifacts with the microphone, cable or sounds around the scene, the ”under the mic shopping bag” will be louder than the speech and it will be in frequencies that these headphones boost, so it all makes it unbearable to listen to and follow your important job as a pro listener.
Skrublord69
Skrublord69 2 aylar önce
@Memeityy yeah id rather have half your gpa and iq if it means you don't have to act like a redditor
Raquel Anderson
Raquel Anderson 3 aylar önce
I was on a movie set once back when my mom did the hair styling for a little indie movie and while watching them do the scenes my mom told me to not move a muscle, don’t even move your foot against the carpet on the floor or the boom mic will pick it up and they’ll have to redo the scene. It was such an interesting experience to have. Now I work in tv broadcasting as an adult!
Gaming With E
Gaming With E 3 aylar önce
@Memeityy boom operator is often times also a sound engineer, which means they go to audio specialized education, often times far more expensive than what your college rip off of you
frog
frog 3 aylar önce
@Memeityy kid
frog
frog 3 aylar önce
@Memeityy mad
神影Kamikage
神影Kamikage 4 aylar önce
It's incredible how much goes into movies and shows, especially when the goal of any propmaker, foley artist or vfx artist is to make you forget they're even there.
Boopy Schmoops
Boopy Schmoops 3 aylar önce
I am so into these kinds of videos. This is an incredibly niche and high expertise job that nobody talks about, it’s so cool seeing how he solves sound problems
Racquel Robinson
Racquel Robinson 5 aylar önce
I have NEVER thought about this in my life. Who knew a bag of potato chips needed a stunt double?
Mary Willard
Mary Willard Aylar önce
I'll never watch movies and television the same way again!
Krissil sil
Krissil sil Aylar önce
would like the paper bags to be quiet,they're soo loud,gives me headaches🤷‍♀️
OddTimeMan
OddTimeMan 3 aylar önce
*photo double
The Crowned Sim
The Crowned Sim 4 aylar önce
Omg 😭
Why Xanthe!?
Why Xanthe!? 5 aylar önce
@I will defeat every single Justin Y one on the most epic scenes in death note is about him eating a potato chip and let's KEEP IT THAT WAY.
KentBenedict
KentBenedict 3 aylar önce
This and the destructible props are one of my favorite. They put so much effort in the shows and movies.
HollowedCore
HollowedCore 3 aylar önce
He’s also helping foley artists as well. If the sounds are quieter and not hitting the microphone then the foley artist can now add better sounds behind the scenes.
Carrie Hooper
Carrie Hooper 4 aylar önce
Wow, so interesting! I have never thought about that before! No wonder the cost of movies is so high when even tiny details like a paper bag has to be custom made.
Dream Promkunya
Dream Promkunya 3 aylar önce
wow, never knew that they have to deal with this seemingly tiny but very important problem. So much work for something so normal looking. Kudos to everyone that takes part in making a film.
The Struggling Guy
The Struggling Guy 6 aylar önce
I always wondered how objects like paper bags didn't make noise in movies. This finally gave me the answer I was missing.
Alex Niedt
Alex Niedt 5 aylar önce
@q q q uack !! Sometimes, but this is typically a last resort, as it can be tough to get desirable results this way.
q q q uack !!
q q q uack !! 5 aylar önce
i always thought they silenced the video footage and made the actors do some voice overs to replace the dialogue for the scene lmao
Alex Niedt
Alex Niedt 5 aylar önce
@Ande Leon Dialogue tracks still go through some clean-up (often quite a lot), but then the foley team recreates sounds like fabrics, footsteps, car doors, etc. to place exactly when you're SUPPOSED to hear them. This way, there's full control over the sound mix and where the audio focal point is at all times.
TryinaD
TryinaD 5 aylar önce
@thelithiumcat sometimes yes, they do that. But that takes a lot of time and sounds very strange without the associated foley so these props look like they’re created to save time.
Ande Leon
Ande Leon 5 aylar önce
I actually thought they just eliminated the noise in post production. Turns out, it's fuckin magic
Snowsquare
Snowsquare 3 aylar önce
The amount of detail that goes into movies is insane.
Noodle your caboodle
Noodle your caboodle 3 aylar önce
I always knew the bags were made of something else. They were too sturdy and silent. It’s cool to see exactly how they accomplished it
Garrett
Garrett 4 aylar önce
Recently I noticed in episodes of Home Improvement from the 90s that Jill come home from the grocery store with reusable cloth bags, long before it was common. I speculated it was a set decision to avoid the loud sound from regular paper bags. Now I feel this theory is confirmed! But I never thought of how many other things make horrible noises for the sound crew.
Inflake
Inflake 4 aylar önce
They are the true underappreciated artists behind the whole art of creating a movie
CrazyPangolinLady
CrazyPangolinLady 4 aylar önce
When you do something right, people won’t know you’ve done anything at all.
Metzli
Metzli 6 gün önce
I must be doing something right with my channel then xD
Literally a Dragon
Literally a Dragon 11 gün önce
@Pixelator You are pulling a scenario in that was never implied in the comment you are replying to. They said nothing about "fixing it soon" or such, simply that something going wrong-- which is bound to happen eventually-- can make some people lambast folks for something that is working for the vast majority of the time. And sometimes things cannot necessarily be fixed swiftly. A firm could be doing their damndest to solve a problem, all hands on deck-- and the problem still might not be able to be instantaneously solved, and yet you'd call them "lazy" for doing their hardest and things simply being out of their control. Ironically, you have proven their point.
The Ultimate Reductionist
The Ultimate Reductionist 13 gün önce
@András Ádám This is why I make a point of thanking bank employees for my ATM card working 99.999% of the time, or just all the additions + subtractions + transactions, into and out of my checking account, that have to work 100.0% correctly all the time.
SleeplessMax
SleeplessMax 2 aylar önce
*dies* LOL
Pixelator
Pixelator 2 aylar önce
@András Ádám yea, because that’s how that works. If something on a home page isn’t working it can cause the users to not access a certain feature. So yes, if you don’t fix it soon, you are lazy.
Kodaav
Kodaav Aylar önce
Absolutely amazing, I realized some sounds in movies should be way more bothering than the are but didn't know the secret to it 😯
Seawong
Seawong 4 aylar önce
Ironically, the “Racket” balls made the least racket.
gollwand
gollwand 3 aylar önce
LOL. "we hired people that made props that are less noisy"... "so then we had to hire foley artists to make noises for the props" (yes I understand why both are needed, I just find it funny haha)
Devyn Kumar
Devyn Kumar Aylar önce
niceee
Panyk Felidae
Panyk Felidae 3 aylar önce
"I got a humidifier and a dehumidifier as housewarming gifts... put em in a room together and let them fight it out." - Steven Wright
Erika Wright
Erika Wright 3 aylar önce
No youre right its hilariously ironic
Octane Demon
Octane Demon Aylar önce
All those technologies are awesome But it would be interesting to make a movie with real props for more natural sounds
Heimiti Cuellar
Heimiti Cuellar 4 aylar önce
We need noiseless packaging for our secret midnight snacks 👀
David Misner
David Misner 15 gün önce
Or in class.
Heimiti Cuellar
Heimiti Cuellar Aylar önce
@Mardi Gammon that’s very true, I never thought abt it, although I would assume it’s mostly because these noises have been a part of our daily life, if we grew up with silent packaging we would never associate the product’s freshness w the sound that packagings do now, again, just assuming.
Mardi Gammon
Mardi Gammon Aylar önce
I do need this, but at the same time most brands put a lot of thought into packaging to make them sound a very particular way. From what I remember there are studies that look into the relationship between food and sound and the sounds we hear when eating can change how we perceive the taste/ freshness etc of a food. Can you imagine eating chips from a silent bag, or opening a can of soft drink without the noise?
Devyn Kumar
Devyn Kumar Aylar önce
lol
TAREEBI THE TERRIBLE
TAREEBI THE TERRIBLE 2 aylar önce
SACREDIGHTACKS
Victoria Adams (master_cheefn)
Victoria Adams (master_cheefn) 2 gün önce
I remember noticing the brown "paper" bags at a young age and loved the VERY VERY subtle noises they'd give off and the texture they looked like lol it was satisfying idk how to explain
Helga Geraldine
Helga Geraldine 3 aylar önce
I never knew they needed to make silent props for movies and TVs. I always thought they polish the sounds during post production. This is really cool. 👍
GREENWOLF 1337
GREENWOLF 1337 2 aylar önce
That's definitely impressive. Props to the props guy!
Tobi Those Notes
Tobi Those Notes 2 aylar önce
I thought that those noises were usually removed in the ADR process. I read in a forum that ADR was used a lot on films, some even said that usually in the scenes the final audio was mostly recorded later. But watching this video seems like it's much preferable and common to capture and keep the real audio of the scene.
pingidjit
pingidjit 5 aylar önce
Okay that explains why movies and shows with smaller budgets sounded so different to me. Hearing heal clicks, scuffs, bags and all the other things that bigger budget productions can afford to silence. This makes so much more sense now. I was confused cuz you're filming with the same tools, why would it sound different. Now I know.
Jack Wilson
Jack Wilson 3 aylar önce
Still, with current tech it would be probably possible to electronically filter out those sounds.
Shawn Pitman
Shawn Pitman 3 aylar önce
You assume low budget filming uses the same tools as high budget filming? WUT?!?
xponen_
xponen_ 3 aylar önce
​@DarkMoon689 I hate those thing, usually it is not the show itself but the broadcaster is terrible, they boost the sound volume of the show but didn't check what happen; when it's a silent scene they boost the background sound so that you can hear annoying crackling of paper, plastic, and traffic.
DJ Shuffle
DJ Shuffle 3 aylar önce
It takes a lot of work to immerse the viewer in the film. To make it look like you're a participant in the scene there is a lot of detail that needs to be correct in order to trick you brain, all it takes is a small crack in the illusion and your brain will go "something isn't right here". Here's an example. Place an object close to you, like a foot/30cm away and look at it. While looking at it, take note of what's happening in your peripheral vision. It's blurry right? Your brain does that to focus you on your target, historically some prey you want to catch. When watching a dialogue scene, notice that the background of the character is blurred. Since your brain relies on depth of field (i.e. distance of objects from you) to add the blur, when you're looking at a flat screen it won't add it itself, so to preserve the feel of being in the scene, the aperture of the camera lens is set in such a way that it replicates the blur your brain would add in real life. Now when it comes to sound, your brain does a lot of subconscious filtering. If you were to focus and take note of everything happening around you, you'd be disoriented all the time. For example, if you're at a restaurant, can you follow the conversation of the table next to you? Or hear the sound of children laughing on the other side of the dinning hall? The grandfather clock ticking away, cutlery scraping the plates, occasional shouts from the kitchen? Or do you just focus on what your dinner partner is saying and everything else becomes a mumble? Your brain filters all this information out automatically depending on what your eyes are focusing on. In order to immerse you in the world, it's important that the loudest sound is the one that is most significant and requires your attention in that moment. A microphone is a dumb device, it will pickup everything at their natural volume, and it is down to the post-production mixer to 'filter' all the natural sounds in the same way your brain would naturally. And to do that, it is important to isolate the sounds so they can be manipulated later. Hence why the props in big production films are made to be as quiet as possible, so they can be added later by the Foley artist. I work as a sound recordist and boom operator, so if you have any questions or are curious about a workflow on a film set, ask away. I had to train my hearing to pay attention to all the little nuances of everyday life, because during a take (an 'attempt' of shooting a scene) it is vital that I detect anything that may impact post-production and decide whether it's usable or not.
TheRandomGuy
TheRandomGuy 3 aylar önce
this also makes sense why some movies rerecord the dialogues separately.
Sydney Carter
Sydney Carter 3 aylar önce
Tim Shultz has thought about and created a solution to more things than I have ever thought about... this guy is such a legend
DaTux91
DaTux91 4 aylar önce
I always wondered how they so cleanly removed these kinds of noises from movies. Cool to find out they they actually don't, but instead avoid making the sounds in the first place!
Helladamnleet
Helladamnleet 3 aylar önce
As an aspiring producer/director I really enjoyed this video! It may or may not come in handy for the future :D
VeroRockGirl
VeroRockGirl 3 aylar önce
Having misophonia, I would love if we could just use those "props" as normal, honestly. I mean, we can recycle vinyl too, right?
Hailey DeBruin
Hailey DeBruin 2 aylar önce
We need more things for misophonic/neurodivergent people, and those with sensory issues in general
Arson
Arson 3 aylar önce
gggh i have it too this is why i have headphones/earbuds in like 80% of the time
JS Mariani
JS Mariani 3 aylar önce
As a fellow misophonian, I sympathize and empathize.
aueier
aueier 3 aylar önce
unfortunately, they’re way more expensive to make, time consuming, and hard to function for longer than a day. but your idea is great! maybe in the future somebody can come up w something like that
Nathan Kellogg
Nathan Kellogg 5 aylar önce
I somehow never even noticed that these scenes weren't using noisy material. Now I'm gonna watch a movie and notice how many props aren't making sound.
Mace
Mace 5 aylar önce
@Lily Delane Yup, it sure does.
Lily Delane
Lily Delane 5 aylar önce
@Mace my mom has worked in the film industry for 12ish years and I've done a few odd jobs on set and we have that same exact issue. Ours isn't with SFX, but just recognizing the same sets they always use when they shoot in Albuquerque, being like "it definitely was not snowing on this day" "this actor was a dick" "this actor wasnt even supposed to be here, she was CGI'd in" Definitely changes the way you consume media
Mace
Mace 5 aylar önce
@Maggie M Yup, it isn't impossible that I'll bump into some of yours along the way, with the invention of the Internet, the world really _is_ getting smaller, and everything can spread like a wildfire. And I'll agree, this conversation _does_ have that kind of "we're both stuck here waiting for the bus, we might as well kill the time together" feel to it.:-) I've worked on primarily Danish films, considering I'm Danish and all, but have made a few bits 'n bobs for productions in other countries as well, but I'd say that despite being half-way around the globe from you, I don't think we do things that much differently. Granted, the SFX niche in any country is inherently populated by crazy inventors, mad scientists, and people for whom it is just another day at the office when they order 2.000 rubber ducks, a drum of industrial-grade lube, 150 meters of rubber bands, and a spare set of machinegun barrels, so I'd say a conversation with an SFX dude from _anywhere_ would be just as interesting. And I'm also glad we had this conversation.:-)
Maggie M
Maggie M 5 aylar önce
@Mace @Mace Perhaps someday, you'll find some of my stories. :-P I love having conversations like this; it feels like we happened to meet on the street and just chat about our jobs. But if you worked on a Danish film, you're half a world away and that makes this conversation even more interesting. I'm very glad we could have it.
Mace
Mace 5 aylar önce
@Maggie M The movie was the Danish movie "Brødre" by Susanne Bier, subsequently, there was a US version made aptly titled "Brothers", I haven't seen the US version, but I found the scene from the remake here on TRshow, I recall the scene in the original version as shorter and bloodier without being downright gory, but the desperation, hopelessness, helplessness and eminent regret are convincingly portrayed by the respective actors in both versions. I don't know if the US version is worth watching in full, but if they did a decent job of this scene, I reckon they did a decent job on the rest as well. As for you writing, and the reasons for why you did so, I can only say good job! If writing was what made a tough situation easier to deal with, then obviously you did a good thing for yourself, and if you even on top of whatever happened, managed to piece together something that had _that_ effect on him, I can only agree wholeheartedly, that you _should_ publish. Who knows, maybe there's a screenwriter hidden inside of you.:-)
eSCAPE
eSCAPE 3 aylar önce
Oh man, I wonder how hard it must've been for the prop people to create an entire town to make less noise for the quiet place, lol
WigglyJigglyTho
WigglyJigglyTho 3 aylar önce
Prop makers are super awesome and creative gah they deserve more credit
Ellie Cee
Ellie Cee Aylar önce
Shows how important set and backstage people are! Love learning about this!
Dilip kumar Borkotoky
Dilip kumar Borkotoky 3 aylar önce
Never thought that I would see Eddie Van Halen doing silent movie props. Dude is literally multi talented
Nyasha Warambwa
Nyasha Warambwa 6 aylar önce
Damn even the pool balls had stunt doubles
Kohl
Kohl 5 aylar önce
LMAO
ExpensiveMagic
ExpensiveMagic 5 aylar önce
stand-ins
Michelle hehe
Michelle hehe 5 aylar önce
@Born of Pixels weeeeee
Born of Pixels
Born of Pixels 5 aylar önce
@Monke-MK5 thats... what stunt doubles are
Alessandro C. Drums
Alessandro C. Drums 5 aylar önce
underrated
Moody Sana
Moody Sana 4 aylar önce
Nice! I’d never thought about how probs could make noise that interferes with the sound. Some cool solutions.
Claire Martin
Claire Martin 3 aylar önce
As someone with noise sensitivity due to sensory processing disorder I appreciate these.
Please Don't Sub
Please Don't Sub 4 aylar önce
This is show interesting to see. Seeing behind the scenes of a movie or tv show is always cool.
Lucy Frenchfry
Lucy Frenchfry 3 aylar önce
Very interesting. I remember the first time I saw a Police light move from the roof to the hood after the car passed through a tunnel. I've been super attentive to details ever since!
Alice Buckland
Alice Buckland 5 aylar önce
The trick here is that they don't want the props to mask the dialogue, so in post production those sounds are edited back in. The result is a good balance between "touch-sounds" and dialogue - you will still hear the intended sound of the props!
Anton Galazyuk
Anton Galazyuk 3 aylar önce
@Ascab I've played around with mics. If you set even a cheap one right they will hear a nose being scratched from 6 feet away. Best to remove as much as possible and mix it back in.
the CROKODIAL
the CROKODIAL 3 aylar önce
@Owi Owi wrong comment man
toasterbath
toasterbath 4 aylar önce
Yup!
Kayla Nicholson
Kayla Nicholson 4 aylar önce
Exactly! And I love watching Foley being made it’s so fun
Inas Bosch
Inas Bosch 4 aylar önce
@Le-Johnny Not sure if you got the gist of it
Mark M
Mark M 4 aylar önce
I had no idea there was such a demand for quiet props (I never thought about things like grocery bags... or ice... being noisy).
Thr33D3vil
Thr33D3vil 3 aylar önce
1:07 Oddly enough, to get paint to adhere to polyethylene or polypropylene plastics, you have to heat them briefly to break down the surface polymer before painting.
Jonas Koch
Jonas Koch 3 aylar önce
“Silencing some props like a drum set, can be fairly cymbal!” Well played ma’am
angelhbkghellen
angelhbkghellen 2 aylar önce
This kind of small details is why I’m in love with films
Andrey Tskhay
Andrey Tskhay 6 aylar önce
let's just pay respect to the people that put their efforts to solve problems that a regular viewer would never think of.
Lee🦭
Lee🦭 5 aylar önce
@mr. pink 1. That's not even pessimistic, what is pessimism to you? 2. pessimism isn't even bad, I mean you're either correct or pleasantly surprised
FOS
FOS 5 aylar önce
@mr. pink that's just the truth, it's taught in every field When you solved the problem, no one notice it, If the problem isn't solved, everyone would notice it I learn that before watching this video
Jamie
Jamie 5 aylar önce
@mr. pink How in the world is that negative thinking? It's just a fact. If the loud things made loud noises, people would notice. Lmao
Cris Formage
Cris Formage 5 aylar önce
No because you don't give anything about all they are to you is an opportunity to get likes on your youtube comments, I geuss because you're too much of a simpleton to make up something original
mr. pink
mr. pink 5 aylar önce
@F.P how can you live with yourself why are you such a negative thinking pessimist
Hye Jin
Hye Jin 2 aylar önce
This is so fun to watch. I never knew its this complicated for the sound guy
Kelsey CoCa
Kelsey CoCa 3 aylar önce
I've never thought about that before, but I guess the beauty is the details that we don't notice bc someone did their job. also, would it be possible to use clear jello instead of silicone? I guess it wouldn't float
•Miss-Change-A-Lot•
•Miss-Change-A-Lot• 3 aylar önce
Its amazing what a prop master can do.
Wild Cascadia Radio
Wild Cascadia Radio 2 aylar önce
Fantastic ♡ I really appreciate your work!
Hfar
Hfar 5 aylar önce
I remember a professor once told me "Background sound in a movie is like salt in a soup: you can always add it in later but you sure can't take it out if it's already mixed in."
lovely lip bones ouwwwwww wolvres.
lovely lip bones ouwwwwww wolvres. 4 gün önce
Cool
am god
am god 8 gün önce
@mushy Sick projections baldy. Just one question. Why do you feel the need?
GEOCHAD INC.
GEOCHAD INC. 25 gün önce
@mushy who hurt you man
Grant Alsup
Grant Alsup Aylar önce
@mushy just here to waste your time
Hfar
Hfar 3 aylar önce
@StealthRobin Right? One time I had to edit a video where they had been shooting under the flight path of a local airport. I just about pulled my hair out. Luckily someone had the foresight to record some wild lines on site, but we still had to call in actors for ADR work
BetterLifeAhead
BetterLifeAhead 2 aylar önce
Shows how many vital jobs there are on film sets that aren't actors/directors. The people currently striking are the ones getting bad pay and insane hours to do all the little things that add up to a movie making money for the people at the top.
William Diaz
William Diaz 4 aylar önce
And here all my life I was just thinking mics cut a lot of noise and were just directional picking up their voices and would later be mixed with background noise to seem more natural. Never even thought props were being made silent, but I did question some of the quality, color and size of a LOT of bags in a lot of tv and movies. Like why it was just slightly off but I couldnt pin point it.
J WW
J WW 3 aylar önce
Prop masters: making soundless props Foley artist: adding those sounds back
erravii
erravii 3 aylar önce
Making propless sounds
Sarah
Sarah 4 aylar önce
Wow it’s amazing how we don’t notice these kinds of things. I’m going to watch out for things that should make noise now lol
mimet
mimet 2 aylar önce
Amazing, simply amazing. Some people are geniuses and so creative and we don't even notice...
Jeff Shewmon
Jeff Shewmon 3 aylar önce
Someone get that man an Emmy.
Lucyyy
Lucyyy 3 aylar önce
god i want these in my daily life, it's such a more soothing sound
Corey Graves
Corey Graves 3 aylar önce
I remember going to Universal Studios when I was fairly young and went on a studio tour and remember being shown Foley and my mind was blown. It's incredible to think about all the layers of movie magic that it takes to produce what we see.
A Person
A Person 3 aylar önce
Also, if you look in the background of sitcoms especially., when you see people applauding such as a party scene, or large group scenes, If the main cast is talking while this is happening... Notice the movements of the extras. Their hands never touch each other. They basically mimic clapping just so the sound of an actual applause doesn't interfere with dialogue.
Oliver Bush
Oliver Bush 3 aylar önce
I’ve worked in the prop department for many years and this isn’t as common as you think! You very occasionally need to make “soundless props” it’s often much more important to make “soft” versions of props and “breakaways” . still interesting however
Jasmijn ariel
Jasmijn ariel 4 aylar önce
Damn, a simple movie without special effects still needs tons of work😵
OpinionThat UDontCare
OpinionThat UDontCare 3 aylar önce
Now this makes me appreciate more than everything appears in a movie
Aisadal
Aisadal 6 aylar önce
Damn, never knew the props in movie were specifically made to be soundless!
tabundo001
tabundo001 5 aylar önce
@Alex Niedt I'm aware 😁
Alex Niedt
Alex Niedt 5 aylar önce
@tabundo001 But in far higher quality, and then all those sounds can be carried over when dialogue is replaced for dub tracks for various regions internationally.
Aadil Hussain
Aadil Hussain 5 aylar önce
@James Watson Amber Heardn't
tabundo001
tabundo001 5 aylar önce
What's funny is that after everything is recorded as silent as possible, then Foley artist recreate those sounds from scratch during post production 😂😂
Paskky
Paskky 5 aylar önce
@Victor Emisho Who cares m8
LeRaw_TV
LeRaw_TV 3 aylar önce
I love they work so hard to remove sound just for the sounds to be put back in post production
Bolo the Titan
Bolo the Titan 2 aylar önce
God! They are so creative yet very technical. Genius! Edit: i always thought that they make the bag/plastic noises disappear during editing.
Grace Mori
Grace Mori 4 aylar önce
I always told people that I wanted the special paper bags from TV shows 🤣
MsSphinx91
MsSphinx91 4 aylar önce
You're ahead of the curb 😅
A L
A L 4 aylar önce
honestly, I find it more distracting that everything in movies and TV seems so fake than I would if something made a sound.
Tanishq Ahuja
Tanishq Ahuja 5 aylar önce
We can finally say, props to the prop makers 😂😂
Get on the cross and don’t look back
Get on the cross and don’t look back 3 aylar önce
Repent to Jesus Christ!!!!!
robot584
robot584 4 aylar önce
nice one 👏👏👏
That Guy
That Guy 4 aylar önce
Go home 💀💀💀
The Crowned Sim
The Crowned Sim 4 aylar önce
Lol
Ady s
Ady s 4 aylar önce
This comment deserved more attention 🥲
GrayWolf
GrayWolf 14 gün önce
Would be cool to use some of this in real life
julinaonYT
julinaonYT 3 aylar önce
As someone with sensory processing disorder i can really appreciate the quiet versions of these everyday things
Flashing Cyka
Flashing Cyka 3 aylar önce
Props to these people for make the biggest difference for the movie production.
Knock Care
Knock Care 3 aylar önce
I like how this man is so happy while making noises with paper dag
Tipsu Tipsuttaja
Tipsu Tipsuttaja 6 aylar önce
To be honest its pretty fascinating To know how Many little Things go into making shows/movies
Tipsu Tipsuttaja
Tipsu Tipsuttaja 5 aylar önce
@Pluto Pinar yeah its really interesting and just makes me appreciate them so much More
Pluto Pinar
Pluto Pinar 5 aylar önce
It makes you appreciate them more.
L.i.TS. MAiN
L.i.TS. MAiN 3 aylar önce
lot of times in movies ( most ) dialogues are too quiet, while action scenes and music are too loud you need a volume knob at your hand all the time
Ana FJ
Ana FJ 4 aylar önce
I had no idea it could take that much time and props just to record a short scene, btw this guys is a genius
balldip
balldip 3 aylar önce
As an audio engineer this helps so much more than you can think
Cliff Gerardo
Cliff Gerardo 4 aylar önce
All this time and I thought they just have really good mics that do impressive noise canceling
Fake User
Fake User 5 aylar önce
Why did this movie cost 4.5 million dollars to make? Production crew: To make silent paper bags.
Taylor Warren
Taylor Warren 4 aylar önce
😂
to the moon
to the moon 4 aylar önce
the average movie cost 60 to 50 million dollars
KatouMiwa
KatouMiwa 5 aylar önce
@ishaal imtiaz im ded HAHAHAHAHA
Pokemaster102
Pokemaster102 5 aylar önce
@Rayne Pires you realize most of these props are stuff you would see on a youtube DIY channel right?
KnuckleHunkybuck
KnuckleHunkybuck 5 aylar önce
Also, they had to pay a Foley artist to make realistic-sounding paper bag crinkles afterward.
NIXOLΛS
NIXOLΛS 3 aylar önce
Props to the Prop Makers for being such Proplem Solvers
BM1x
BM1x 3 aylar önce
Fun fact: All this could be avoided if they used voiceovers
Ironic Animations
Ironic Animations 3 aylar önce
This is amazing! I’m very impressed
Make With Miles
Make With Miles 2 aylar önce
_Props_ to all the people behind the scenes doing stuff like this and making movies better ;)
Lucky_Nako
Lucky_Nako 4 aylar önce
Gotta say the people working in the ‘back’ are the unsung hero’s sometimes to make the entertainment we love into what it’s is. Like I’m amazed cause I never thought about that and I’m really sensitive to sounds. It’s so cool.
Eric Norcross
Eric Norcross 3 aylar önce
What about the financial backers putting their credit on the line to get the thing made?
Cromulom
Cromulom 3 aylar önce
@Get on the cross and don’t look back imma rub one out to jesus
Hijodelaisla
Hijodelaisla 3 aylar önce
@Get on the cross and don’t look back That's Jesus H. Christ to you.
Get on the cross and don’t look back
Get on the cross and don’t look back 3 aylar önce
Repent to Jesus Christ!!!
Hijodelaisla
Hijodelaisla 3 aylar önce
Hero's what?
Noah Triumph
Noah Triumph 2 aylar önce
I know this video is very informative and educates the audience but at the same time it's kills your excitement when watching your big screen or favourite series.
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