Chapter 7 quiz - Finish Help Question 1(1 point What perceptual characteristic of sound results from its amplitude a b c d e loudness pitch timbre

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   Help   Question 1    (1 point) What perceptual characteristic of sound results from its amplitude? a. loudness     b. pitch     c. timbre     d. texture     e. harmonic content     Save answer Bottom of Form Question 2    (1 point) The standard technique for recording film sound on a medium separate from the picture is a. optical system recording.     b. double system recording.     c. magnetic tracking.     d. eight-track layouts.     e. compact disc layering.     Save answer Bottom of Form Question 3    (1 point) In the chapter’s analysis of the Inquirer ’s party scene in Orson Welles’s Citizen Kane (1941), the sound functions to do which of the following EXCEPT a. define the spatial and temporal dimensions of the setting.     b. convey the mood and the characters’ states of mind.     c. fulfill our expectations.     d. reveal aspects of each main character through omniscient narration.     e. enhance the overall dramatic effect of the scene.
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2009 for the course CINEMA 2304 taught by Professor Wheeler during the Spring '09 term at Texas Tech.

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Chapter 7 quiz - Finish Help Question 1(1 point What perceptual characteristic of sound results from its amplitude a b c d e loudness pitch timbre

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