10 - October 10, 2007 Sound Design Film uses sound to...

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October 10, 2007 Sound Design Film uses sound to convey an experience. Sound is often neglected. Film is thus a visual and oral medium. When sound was first added to film, many worried that a lot would be lost in terms of an image conveying meaning in a movie (that visual design would become sloppy). There was never a silent movie. In “silent films”, a musician would play songs to accompany the film. There was great thematic value. Sound can get deeper into the subconscious than an image. One can also detect more sounds than they can degrees of color and light in an image. Elements of a Soundtrack: I: Verbal – dialogue, off-screen voice (voice that the actors in the frame cannot hear… two types: “I” narration or Authoritative narration in which we never see the person whom the voice belongs to), and singing. II: Music – scoring and source music. Source music is heard by the characters in the film (music from radio, etc) while score is not heard by the characters. Type of music, length
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CTCS 190 taught by Professor Casper during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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