Q9 - Q1 In terms of film history the transition to sound...

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Q1.) In terms of film history, the transition to sound began in what year? 1927 Q2.) Loudness, or the amplitude of a sound, is measured by the degree of motion within what?  A SOUND WAVE Q3.) When does an internal sound occur?  WHEN WE HEAR THE THOUGHTS OF A CHARACTER ONSCREEN Q4.) What is the standard technique of recording film sound on a medium separate from the  picture? DOUBLE-SYSTEM RECORDING Q5.) What is a character’s interior monologue in a film?  WHEN WE CAN HEAR THE THOUGHTS OF A CHARACTER WHO IS NOT MOVING HIS OR  HER LIPS Q6.) The quality of a sound enables the listener to distinguish between sounds that have the same  ___________ and ____________. PITCH; LOUDNESS Q7.) Primarily, sound helps a director to do what?  TELL THE STORY Q8.) From where does nondiegetic sound originate? FROM A SOURCE OUTSIDE THE WORLD OF THE FILM Q9.) Sound design combines the crafts of editing and mixing, involving matters both  _________________. THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL Q10.) From where does external sound originate? FROM A SOURCE WITHIN THE WORLD OF THE FILM THAT CAN BE HEARD BY THE  CHARACTERS Q11.) Which characteristics best describe fidelity in terms of sound?  ITS FAITHFULNESS OR UNFAITHFULNESS TO ITS SOURCE Q12.) Sound can define sections of the screen, which does what? GUIDES OR ATTENTION AND INFLUENCES OUR INTERPRETATION Q13.) Orson Welles’s complex sound design for Citizen Kane (1941) is a kind of ________ that  functions much like the photography in the film. DEEP-FOCUS SOUND
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Q14.) The artists and technicians who record, edit, and mix the component sounds create what?  THE SOUND TRACK Q15.) With careful interplay between sound and silence, a filmmaker can produce a new  _________ for the film. RHYTHM Q16.) What is the recording of a sound not made during synchronous shooting of the picture  called? WILD RECORDING Q17.)The ideal result of sound mixing achieves a sound that is both _________ and ________. CLEAN; CLEAR Q19.) What are the four general categories of film sound? VOCAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, MUSIC, SILENCE Q20.) What kind of sound carries the sound from a first shot over to the next before the sound of  the second shot begins? OVERLAPPING SOUND Q21.) A _______ of sounds is a mix that ideally includes multiple sources of diverse quality, levels,  and placement, and usually moves as rapidly as a montage of images. MONTAGE
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Q9 - Q1 In terms of film history the transition to sound...

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