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Jane Knowles Marshall writes about Dialogue, Synchronousand Asynchronous Sound Effects, and Music
by Fred Ginsburg
by Elisabeth Weis
by Randy Thom "..allow soundís contributions to influence creative decisions in the other crafts"
by Nick Peck "The sound-design process is no real mystery."
Sound designer and film editor Walter Murch may be one of the most and diverse below-the-line talents to be working in movies today.
Every sound has its own distinctive wave form.
Nine components must be considered to successfully reproduce or create new sounds.
- sound one hears without seeing their originating cause
Extension (of Sound Space)
Sound Indices (M. S. I.)
on-line articles, time lines, and books
by Fiona Kelleghan
Interview with Sound Designer Gary Rydstrom
an interview with Owe Svensson, Swedish Sound Mixer
- by Gianluca Sergi
Sound recording and the ability to photograph and reproduce motion pictures began intersecting at the very beginning...... In 1891 a Dr. Georges Demeny makes claim to synchronous sound....Even earlier, in 1891, Edison was making inflated claims of achieving synchronous projected sound films....(by Mark Ulano, C.A.S)
- Audio postproduction of The Magnificent Ambersons
- Frequently Asked Questions about Film & TV Post-Production
by Shoma A. Chatterji, Film Critic, India
- contains links to more than 50 on-line articles
- film sound stereotypes and common logic flaws
Acoustic-Ecology, Architectural Acoustics etc
Sven E Carlsson