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Critiquing Film: Chapter 9
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group responsible for the sound in movies who generate and control the sound physically, manipulating its properties to produce the effects that the director desires.
creating sound for a film is also called?
the sound for a film?
what offers greater flexibility in recording, editing, and mixing and thus is fast becoming the standard?
what is the standard technique of recording film sound on a medium separate from the picture called?
synchronized picture/sound work prints of a day's shooting.
any footage that will not be used.
what is it called when actors watching the footage synchronize their lips with the film?
Automatic Dialogue Replacement
a faster, less expensive and more technically sophisticated process to rerecord.
the process of combining different sound tracks onto one composite sound track synchronous with the picture.
described as high or low.
described as loud of soft.
Quality (Harmonic Content)
described as simple or complex.
a sound's faithfulness or unfaithfulness to its source.
originates from a source within a film's world
comes from a source outside that world.
diegetic and on-screen sound.
occurs familiarly when a character has a mental flashback to an earlier voice that recalls a conversation or a sound that identifies a place.
somewhere between on-screen and offscreen sound.
occurs whenever we hear what we assume are the thoughts of a character within a scene.
monologue that is spoken in the the head either physically or through internal sound.
comes from a place within the world of the story, and we assume that it is heard by the characters in that world.
the speech of characters who are either visible on-screen or speaking offscreen (from an onseen part of the room or from an adjacent room).
the commentary spoken by either offscreen or on-screen voices.
emanates from the ambiance (or background) of the seetting or environment being filmed, is either recorded during production or added during postproduction.
include all sounds artificially created for the sound track that have a definite function in telling the story.
sounds recorded in sync with the picture. also such sounds are unique.
a mix that ideally includes multiple sources of diverse quality, levels, and placement and usually moves as rapidly as a series of images.
carries the sound from a first shot over to the next before the sound of the second shot begins.