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Paper 1 It is rare these days to hear a movie trailer without having a visual element to go along with it, however, for our audio project that is exactly what we did. In Katz’s article “Causes”, he talks about invisibility and how in order for recorded music to be comprehensible, listeners must be able to visualize a performance. This concept applies to our project because in order for our audience to be able to understand the movie trailer, they have to be able to visualize what was going on. An important channel of communication has been removed from the trailer so we had to add information that would make the trailer more comprehensible to the audience. In order to do this, we had to create a dialogue that would compensate for facial expressions and settings that viewers of movie trailers normally see. We also had to add music and sound effects that would convey the emotion and tone of the film. If you asked people if they would rather see a movie trailer or listen to an audio version, most would probably choose to watch the trailer,
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course COMM 355 taught by Professor Starioelski during the Spring '11 term at Miami University.

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