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Sound 10/7

by: Mitchell Jones

Sound 10/7 ETS 154 - M001

Mitchell Jones
Interpretation of Film
R. Hallas

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Interpretation of Film
R. Hallas
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mitchell Jones on Wednesday October 7, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ETS 154 - M001 at Syracuse University taught by R. Hallas in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see Interpretation of Film in Foreign Language at Syracuse University.


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Date Created: 10/07/15
Sound Continued Seven Parallel between rhythm of the music and edits and movements credit scene Creepiness of hands making sadistic scrap book Fragments of atrocities layered together to produce book of crime Sound is altered manipulated to mimic the creation of scrap book enhances graphics Post credits without sound emotions lost no music or voices No audio cues to direct attention No context of when or where without background sound Eliminates realism Makes surrounding look fake rain No depth A Touch of Zen East Asian cinema emphasize intensity and depth of sound during action sequences Draw from Chinese in uence Precise and intense presence and absence of sound martial arts Sound design of kick gasp utter yell gasp yell rumble each their own cut in the film Sounds not for realism but expressive and emphasizing Hollywood emphasis on overwhelming wave of sound Transformers Draws from opera in uence Play Time No dialogue for tourists unimportant cultural imbeciles Uses voices to covey importance Sound effects are the director s comedic element Sound continuity vs sound montage Continuity Hollywood cinema strives not to distract audience from story conveys narrative moves story along enhances realism of action directs attention to something phone ring creates coherent sense of time place and action Montage not designed to create coherent sense of time place and action intensifies sensory experience independent of image


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