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Chapter 7: Sound in the Cinema
Terms in this set (21)
Synchronization of senses
making a single rhythm or expressive quality bind together image and sound.
The sound we hear results from vibrations in the air. The amplitude or breadth, of the vibrations produces our sense of loudness, or volume.
The frequency of sound vibrations affect pitch. Or the perceived highness or lowness of the sound
the harmonic components of sound give it a certain color, or tone quality-- what musicians call timbre. "Texture or feel of a sound, ex: nasal, mellow
Three types of sound (Sound effects)
speech, music, and noise
combining two or more sounds tracks by recording them onto a single one. an ongoing stream
the film maker continues a line of dialogue across a cut, smoothing over the change of shot.
the closer the camera is to a voice the louder the sound. The sense of a sound's perception yielded by volume, timbre, pitch, and, in stereophonic reproduction systems, binaural information
dimensions of film sound
Rhythm, fidelity, spatial, temporal
involves : a beat, or pulse, a tempo, or pace, or a pattern of accents, or stronger and weaker beats
refers to the extent which the sound is faithful to the source as we conceive it.
is sound that has a source in the story world. Onscreen or offscreen
sound, such as mood music or narrator's commentary, represented as coming from a source outside the space of the narrative
external diegetic sound
sound represented as coming from a physical source within the story space that we assume characters in the scene also hear
internal diegetic sound
sound represented as coming from the mind of a character with in the story space. Although we and the character hear it, we assume that the other characters cannot.
sound that is matched temporally with the movements occurring in the images, as when dialogue corresponds to lip movements.
Sound that is not matched temporally with the movements occurring in the image, as when dialogue is out of synchronization with lip movements.
Diegetic sound that is represented as occurring at the same time in the story at the image it accompanies
Diegetic sound that comes from a source in time earlier or later than the image it accompanies
1) at the beginning of one scene, the sound from the previous scene carries over briefly before the sound from the new scene begins. 2) At the end of one scene, the sound from the next scene is heard, leading into that scene.
authors. usually did not literally write scripts but manages nonetheless to stamp his or her personality on studio products, transcending the constraints of hollywood's standardized system.
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