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ADR( AUTOMATED DIALOGUE REPLACEMENT)
Dubbing, looping, rerecording dialogue.
OUTER ORIENTATION
What is going on in the world.
INNER ORIENTATION
What is going on in the character's head.
PRODUCTION SOUND
What is recorded on the set on location.
ESTABLISHING SOUND
First thing heard in a shot.
AMBIENT SOUND
Background sound, to create a psychological soundscape.
NATURAL SOUND
What something actually sounds like.
CHARACTERISTICAL SOUND
What we think something should sound like.
DIAGETIC SOUND
When the source of the sound is visible or can be placed in the story.
NON DIAGETIC SOUND
No source: Theme music, narration, cartoons.
FOLEY EFFECTS
Sound effects specially made to be put in a movie.
MOS - MIT OUT SOUND
Recording things without sound.
ROOM TONE
What the actual room sounds like by itself.
SOUND MOTIF
Song theme, logo.
SWEETENING
Making a sound nicer, longer, improved. Sweeten applause.
WALLA SOUND
Background sound/talking/crowd noise.