Welcome to Meloton Sound Effects
At Meloton we provide professional Foley-recording, editing, premixing and sound design for cinema, TV and games.
Meloton Studio was founded in 1986 by famous Foley-artist Mel Kutbay who has worked with such well-known directors like Bernhard Wicki, Axel Corti, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Claude Chabrol, Jean-Jacques Annaud, Wolfgang Petersen and Volker Schlöndorff on films like "The Boat" (6 Oscar Nominations), "The Tin Drum" (Oscar) or "The Name Of The Rose" to name just a few.
Many more award-winning films have been recorded in our Foley-stage such as "The Neverending Story", "Homo Faber" (German Film Award), "Der Bockerer" (German Film Award), "Karakter" (Oscar), "Gloomy Sunday" (Bavarian Film Award), "Nowhere In Africa" (Oscar), "Mein Name ist Eugen" (Swiss Film Award), "Vitus" (Swiss Film Award), "Revanche" (Oscar Nomination), "New Kids Turbo" (Diamond Film, Netherlands), "R U There" (Golden Calf for best sound design), "The Wall" (German Film Award for best Sound Design) and many more.
After working as Mel Kutbays Foley recordist, editor and mixer for over a decade Mel and his wife Claudia turned over the studio to Normann Büttner in 2011. Normann rebuilt the studio completely with consequent sound proofing and perfect room acoustics. Meloton's Foley-stage is equipped with lots of different doors and windows, diverse different floor surfaces, mud and gravel pits, a water basin, a massive block of solid concrete, and many more especially invented Foley-stage constructions and countless Foley props.
Please feel free to contact us for a quote or an estimation for Your project.
Just click on the pictures in the "team" section to get in touch via email or call us in the studio at +49 89 2285111