Being a natural environment enthusiast, a field recordist and a sound designer it has been great to research for this article. There I mention Chris Watson approach to build a soundscape and talk a little about subjective experiences. Check it out here.
Michel Chion, on his book Audiovision, considers two approaches regarding sonic flow related to image. One is the Internal Logic with which we assist to an organic chaining development between picture and sound. Even though the images are not in the chronological order of what we can relate them to in this film, I found […]
Georges Sadoul, on his book Histoire du Cinéma Mondial, des Origines à nos Jours, published in 1949, commented on the revolution that had been taking ground, concerning sound: The flexibility of the magnetic process has allowed to build soundtracks in which the assembly of noise assumes a role as important as the words and music. I assume I have a good translated version of this book, […]
This is one of a series of posts I’d like to keep writing about. To begin, I want to share this amazing article by Dion Hanson of Dolby Laboratories. Bellow, I provide links to clips of films mentioned in the article. I hope you enjoy it! The History of Sound in the Cinema Don Juan (1926): first sound […]