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    Fiction Sound Design

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    The Use of Sound Design in Creating Fiction The crowd rustles, the jostling for seats rises and then slowly abates. Lights begin to dim, and a quiet stillness of anticipation palpably subdues the audience. After darkness and silence fills that space of minute eternity, sounds in orchestra escape into wanting ears and thus a sojourning through story, in the form of theatre, begins its irrepressible rein. Regardless of technology, or venue sophistication; regardless of social status or currently perceived historical precipice; regardless of the tale itself, the unfolding of events wraps the participants in a warm blanket of pure human familiarity and leads them into a new mythical now. There are many assets utilized to perpetuate this all…

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    Sound Design In Theatre

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    Since theatre first became popular in the times of the Greek, the use of sound to enhance theatrical experience has been prominent. However, many leaps have been made since then to improve a sound designer’s abilities to create different and intricate sounds in their design processes. The evolution of sound playback systems is a key element in the development of sound design in theatre. Through exploration of the history of sound playback, the current available playback systems on the market and…

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    ABSTRACT In this paper, the role and function of Walter Murch’s sound design used in Francis Ford Coppola’s film Apocalypse Now (1979) will be described and analyzed through specific scenes throughout the entire film, which I consider important so to understand the narrative of this film. Sound Design elements will be covered such as: usage of sound, styles of sound, diegetic and non-diegetic sound, acousmatic sound and foley sound. INTRODUCTION Sound, is frequently made submissive to image…

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    Excellent Audiovisual Design The Coma's aesthetics are akin to a graphic novel, and the thorough execution of its visual design greatly contributes to the oppressive atmosphere. The design regimen's attention to detail ensures that individual elements conform to the larger whole: for instance, the map looks hastily drawn from memory on a piece of graph paper. Overall the art style leans towards a stylized realism that helps develop an eerie and unwelcoming atmosphere befitting the game. The…

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    form of architecture used during the time mainly originating from mainly Greek and Roman times and styles. During the Renaissance time period, numerous architects such as Bartolommeo Bandinelli were known for the design of dome creations used mainly in cathedrals in Florence, these design were now larger and more extravagant than ever previously created before. The exterior elements of the dome during the Renaissance architecture period were impressive to many by themselves, the interior…

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    In this particular episode of the podcast, 99% Invisible, Roman Mars explores unpleasant design, and how architecture and technology have contributed greatly to the depersonalization and sterilization of public spaces. One of the original methods of deterrence through design is sound, more aptly put, sound that is unpleasant or assaulting to the ears. The best example of this is something I myself heard about but never experienced (thankfully) throughout my adolescence. In an attempt to combat…

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    Excellent Audio Visual Design With aesthetics akin to a graphic novel, the thoroughness of The Coma's visual design greatly contributes to the game's oppressive atmosphere. The attention to detail in the design regimen ensures individual elements conform to the larger whole; for instance, the map looks hastily drawn from memory on a piece of graph paper. Overall the art style leans towards a stylized realism that helps develop an eerie and unwelcoming atmosphere. The true star of the show,…

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    Excellent Audio Visual Design With aesthetics akin to a graphic novel, the thoroughness of The Coma's visual design greatly contributes to the game's sinister atmosphere. The attention to detail in the design regime is all-encompassing; for instance, the map looks hastily drawn from memory on a piece of graph paper and Youngho's body language consistently convey concern. Overall the art style leans towards a stylized realism that helps develop an eerie and unwelcoming atmosphere. The true star…

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    Oral Synthesis Essay

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    The articulatory kinematic approach has received significant attention due to its focus on motor programming and planning. The nature of this treatment is designed to increase correct production of sounds by guiding clients to proper movement and placement of the articulators (Wambaugh & Mauszycki, 2010). Specific strategies employed during articulatory kinematic therapy include modeling, repetition, articulatory placement and tactile cueing, feedback, contrastive practice, and shaping (Wambaugh…

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    Sound Engineer Everyone loves anyone who can play music, and not everyone can do so. For those, world has something called, Studio Engineering or being a "roadie" where one is a part of a team who needs these few of many skills. A sound engineer must have field experience or a degree in sound and audio tech, and a good estimation for the positioning equipment to give the best possible sound for everyone. One needs a lot of field experience or a degree in sound and audio tech, and a good…

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