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Sound effects are audio clips – usually short – that are added to a film in order to give the audience a better sense of what is going on in the scene. Some examples would be footsteps, explosion noises, kung-fu slaps, etc. Traditionally these are also known as foley, being so named after Jack Foley , a pioneer in the art of film sound.
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