A characteristic of sound that is apparently syncronized with onscreen action of secondary importance.
This technique is often used for the linking of stock sound footage to mobs, parades, battles, or other large-scale scenes where the viewer cannot possible check whether each sound is actually synchronized to an onscreen image.
It is heavely used by televison news to accompany background action still photographs
Rick Altman: Sound Theory/Sound Practice page 251
|Star Wars Sounds||Film Sound Clichés||Film Sound History||Movie Sound Articles||Bibliography|
|Questions & Answers||Game Audio||Animation Sound||Glossaries||Randy Thom Articles|
|Walter Murch Articles||Foley Artistry||Sci-Fi Film Sound||Film Music||Home Theatre Sound|
|Theoretical Texts||Sound Effects Libraries||Miscellaneous|