Clothing Foley HD

Materials, Movement, Zippers - Perfect for Foley Work

Product Overview

CLOTHING FOLEY HD contains a range of Foley sounds, created from four different outfits. The main inspiration for the collection was the need for walking Foley to accompany the many footsteps I’ve added to the movies on which I’ve worked.

While it is easy to find footsteps with various shoes on various materials, it is not so easy to find really good clothing sounds to go with the footsteps. So I set out to capture four common outfits, that could easily be used to cover many different wardrobe choices in movies and tv. Also captured are many variations of material sounds, patting, pockets, zippers and buttons for each of the outfits.


If you're unsure whether this is right for you, here's a short example of what's included in Clothing Foley HD

Quick Look:

  • Files: 46
  • Audio Clips: 429
  • Size: 1.05GB unzipped
  • Length: 29:35.3 (min:sec.00)
  • Format: WAV
  • Fidelity: 96k/24bit
  • Channels: Stereo



  • Jeans + T-shirt
  • Khakis + Button Down Shirt
  • Suit + Tie (suit pants, suit coat, button down shirt, necktie)
  • Snow Pants + Winter Coat


  • Walking Foley – without shoe sounds, various speeds for each outfit
  • Material Sounds – reaching, shifting, rubbing
  • Pockets – hands going in and out, rustling around, inserting and removing cell phone
  • Body Pats – various strengths on each material, on belly, legs, back, arms
  • Zippers – jeans, khakis, suit pants, winter coat
  • Buttons – suit coat, winter coat, button down shirt
  • Tie Sounds – tying, untying, adjusting


The gear used in this production included a RØDE NT-4 XY microphone running into a Sound Devices 633, making use of the Sound Devices spectacular preamps for these delicate recordings. All sounds were recorded and edited at 96k/24bit to produce impeccable clarity and accuracy. All recordings were cleaned up using iZotope Rx 6 Advanced, edited in Pro Tools HD 12, and metadata was added using Peak Pro 6.

Interesting Mic Technique: For the walking sounds, since I was attempting to capture both upper and lower body material sounds with one XY microphone, I rotated the NT-4 90° (ninety degrees), such that the LEFT microphone was pointed at the upper body, and the RIGHT microphone was pointed at the lower body.

This technique gives the user great flexibility in editing to camera perspective. If the camera is pointed at the legs of a character, for a dramatic walking shot, the sound editor can select or favor the RIGHT channel, which will contain more of the leg movement sound. The inverse is true for a shot that contains only the upper body - the Foley editor can select the LEFT channel, which contains more of the upper body movement.

For the non-walking sounds, I kept the NT-4 in the same configuration, but moved the microphone up and down into better, more direct positions for each action. This was to help keep the sounds centered in the XY pattern.

This collection provides some new and interesting sounds, as well as a ton of variations so your soundtrack never gets old! All Soundopolis tracks include metadata tags so they are easy to find using any search engine. All tracks are delivered as 96k/24bit .wav files. Collections come in easily downloadable zip files.

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