Sound identified by its physical characteristic (principally reduced volyme and increased reverb) as it might be heard by a character within the film.
Regualary used both to join spaces whose relationship cannot easily be presented in a single establishing shot, and to promote identification between the audience and carefully selected characters.
Unlike the ponit-of-view sequence, which often moves from the viewer to the object or character viewed, the point-of-audition squence typically begins with a shot of the sound source, introducing point-of-audition sound when we cut to a shot of the auditor
Rick Altman: Sound Theory/Sound Practice page 251
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