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    The Impact of Sound Sound is something quite special, impactful, and adds layers of elements and complexity to a film. As with the progression of the movie making medium, sound has grown and changed drastically over the decades. However, sound cues in the form of effects, dialogue, and everything in between, shapes our perceptions of a scene and movie. Getting sound and stage to work in tandem is tricky, but when achieved, creates lasting, memorable scenes. As an example, in Jurassic Park (1993)

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    Sound Waves

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    topics about sound waves, what interests me and what I would like to learn about. November 4th: I started to research the basics and a sound wave and its properties. I also to notes on what a sound wave is and how frequency affects a sound wave. November 7th: Possible Topics What is a sound wave The Nature Of a Sound Wave Sound waves through different mediums Instrumental sound waves How microphones and headphones work How humans interpret sound (range of hearing) Convert Sound Waves Into Electromagnetic

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    Sound of Waves

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    Sound of Waves Test Answer each of the following questions thoroughly. I will be grading on thoughtfulness and how well you explain your answer. For the factual questions, you just need to get it correct. This first section does not need as much explanation, you may give a short response. Why was Shinji’s mother angry when she first received Hiroshi’s post card? She was angry because Hiroshi had sent her an expensive post card, and she said "kids these days don't know the value of money

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    sometimes hear the 20hz but sometimes I could not. I am about average for the highest frequency I could hear. Sound is made of pressure waves which when they travel oscillate or vibrate. Each wave travels at a certain frequency based on how much the sound moves. Sound is created when air molecules are pushed in a certain direction causing them to vibrate. This creates sound waves. Sound moves by vibrations and are caused by compression or some form of pressure. The higher frequency at which the wave

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    Landscape and Architecture in Antonioni, Pasolini, and Rosi Soundscape: The Manipulation of Sound in Cinema Ever since the end of the era of silent film, sound, music, and even noise, has played and will continue to play a vital role in the world of cinema. It is through this very specific manipulation and creation of sound that directors are not only able to donate a particular emotion or feel to a scene, but also aides to allude to an even subtler subtext that exists within the world that

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    positive side which encompasses the same thing. The reason that most of us listen to our own music is not only possibly a sub-conscious effort to seclude ourselves from other around us, but also because we want to please ourselves by listening to sounds or music we like. Therefore, one example of how noise in our society promotes communication would be when a group of strangers are somewhere and here the new Taylor Swift song that they all love, they catch themselves singing and dancing to it, simultaneously

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    Diegetic Sound In Film

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    Sound, in a film, is the element that the filmmaker uses to explain a movie’s story. It reproduces and magnifies the world that has been created by visual elements of the film. The aural effects of certain objects, settings and characters are what define the sound. There are many types of sound when it comes to film and they all play a specific part in telling the story. Examples of sound are diegetic and nondiegetic sound. Diegetic sound comes from a source within a film’s world and this is the

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    Sound Recording In Canada

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    Sound Recording in Canada, not regulated by the Government Introduction Sound recording was initially invented in 1857 by Edouard-Leon Scott de Martinville. The development of sound recording has gone through multiple stages to become what it is today. From phonographs to magnetic tapes and further developments, sound recording has been used within the music industry for ages. The government does not regulate the process of sound recording, however conflicts regarding copyright infringements are

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    Notes On Sound And Noise

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    2.1 SOUND AND NOISE: Sound is the variation of pressure in an elastic medium (such as air) caused by a mechanical disturbance. The movement of molecules in a transmitting medium caused by a disturbance results in pressure oscillations above (compressions) and below (rarefactions) the ambient pressure level. The oscillation of sound pressure variations is referred to as a sound wave. A sound wave will move through an ideal medium longitudinally and omnidirectionally. The oscillation frequency of a

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    In the first chart, you have the distinction between soft sounds (from water drops and leaves), to medium and moderate noises (baby cries, a dog barking, and the sound of a piano), to very heavy noises (like music during a concert or a plane). Each of these noises are represented in terms of their pitch (measured in frequency), and in terms of loudness (measured in decibels). The second audiogram also follows this logic, but with less details, where your level of noise intolerance is measured vertically

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