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2/20 Lecture- Sound 1896 Oscars. Chariots of Fire - sound of feet in water, then played with the “Title Song” - With the song, The runners were imbued with an enhanced grace. “With sound, the whole is much greater. Sound can direct us, form/cue expectations. **Sound can create patterns. A. 1890’s a. music was accompanied with the short films. b. Established contiuity. B. early 1900’s a. theater’s supplied sound effects for filmmakers i. horns, sheet metel, whistles ii. Silent films were silent with dialogue, but not with music C. 1926-7 a. First synchronized sound Feature length fim The Jazz Singer . i. The sync sound added realism ii. Actors became less exaggerated. D. Today a. Sound provides incredible clarity, range, and fidelity. b. Sound is mixed last. i. 3 options: Music, dialogue, sound effects
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Unformatted text preview: Questions to adhere to: 1. How dense? ( Romeo and Juliet, Requiem for a Dream) How Sparse? Indian in the Bedroom) 2. When is sound diegetic vs. non-diegetic? Music- 1. can be composed to the film 2. Or it can be chosen by a music supervisor. Sound is amazing because it evokes feelings “Music speaks a thousand languages. Music can be used to CONTRAST 1. Music in the beginning can create overtone for the film a. Ex: The Graduate- immediately establishes dark tone w/ Simon and Garfunkel b. Bonnie and Clyde- banjo created humorous tone. c. Reservoir Dogs- Spooky mood with policeman by the diegetic music “Stuck in the middle of you” American graffiti-evokes historical periods 60’s....
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