Sound in Film
i’ve go thru the dosseir for this week..and there’s a few things that i personally thinks that it’s important~so let’s talk about SOUND in FILM.
While first of all, there’s two things that i’ve already knew since foundation studies, which is diegetic sound and non-diegetic sound.
Which is the sound that we hear from the film are recorded or originally from the film, another word it is already there when they are filming.
Whereas Non-diegetic sound is:
The sound that is not originally from the movie, which means the sound is recorded and insert after the filming porcess, (eg: sound effects or sound track.)
Sight & Hearing (From Bresson,R)
The key idea for this article is:
1.What we see from our eyes must not be duplicate by what we hear.
2.If the image can clearly express the message, then sound are not needed.
3.When a sound can replace an image, then cut the image or neutralize it.
4.Image and sound must not support each other, but must work each in turn through a sort of relay.
Creating the Sound Design (From Alten,s, Audio in Media)
The three stage of the Production Process:
Preproduction -> Production -> Postproduction
Preproduction: Material is evaluated, logistical planing are taken care.
Production: Material is recorded on tape, which is during the filming period.
Postproduction: Recorded material is processed, edited, mixed into its final form.
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