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The auditory setting : environmental sounds in film and media arts / Budhaditya Chattopadhyay.

Av: Chattopadhyay, Budhaditya [aut]Language: English Series: Music and the moving imagePublisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press Ltd, 2021Beskrivning: xi, 207 pages illustrations 24 cmInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 1474474381; 9781474474382Ämne(n): Ljudeffekter | Ljud | Film | Sound in motion pictures | Ambient sounds | Sound (Philosophy) | Motion pictures -- Sound effects | Sound (Philosophy) | Ambient sounds | Sound in motion pictures | Ljudet i film | Ljudeffekter | Motion pictures -- Sound effects | Sound | Sound effectsYtterligare fysiska format: ebook version :: Ingen titelDDK-klassifikation: 777.53 LC-klassifikation: PN1995.7SAB-klssifikation: Pnbd
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Part 1: Introduction. -- 1. The first sound and the curiosity -- 2. The auditory context and signification -- 3. Key concepts and definitions -- 4. Approach and method -- Part 2: Sonic trajectories. -- 5. Monaural soundtracks and recording (sonic) reality -- 6. Stereo sound and the expanded space -- 7. Digital surround sound and the mimetic site -- Part 3: On location and other stories. -- 8. Land, field, meadow -- 9. Forest, jungle -- 10. Village, rural environment -- 11. Indoors -- 12. Riverbank, beach, island -- 13. Street, public squares, urban neighbourhood -- 14. Public transport -- 15. Airport -- 16. Underwater, outer space -- Part 4: Critical listening. -- 17. Mapping the aesthetic choices in sound production -- 18. Auditory presence and better practice -- 19. The god of small sounds -- 20. Emerging trends and future directions.
Anmärkning bestånd: EMS : D1 Libris-ID: gvvrg2k6drns9mktSummary: "The Auditory Setting introduces and investigates how narrative and a sense of place are constructed in film and media arts through the reproduction and mediation of site-specific environmental sounds, or 'ambience'. Although this sonic backdrop acts as the acoustically mediated space where a story or event can take place, there has been little academic study of sound's undervalued role in cinematic setting and production. Drawing on theories of narrative, diegesis, mimesis and presence, and following a varied number of relevant audio-visual works, this book is a ground-breaking exploration of human agency in mediating environmental sounds and the nature of the sonic experience in the Anthropocene."--Page 4 of cover.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-201) and index.

Part 1: Introduction. -- 1. The first sound and the curiosity -- 2. The auditory context and signification -- 3. Key concepts and definitions -- 4. Approach and method -- Part 2: Sonic trajectories. -- 5. Monaural soundtracks and recording (sonic) reality -- 6. Stereo sound and the expanded space -- 7. Digital surround sound and the mimetic site -- Part 3: On location and other stories. -- 8. Land, field, meadow -- 9. Forest, jungle -- 10. Village, rural environment -- 11. Indoors -- 12. Riverbank, beach, island -- 13. Street, public squares, urban neighbourhood -- 14. Public transport -- 15. Airport -- 16. Underwater, outer space -- Part 4: Critical listening. -- 17. Mapping the aesthetic choices in sound production -- 18. Auditory presence and better practice -- 19. The god of small sounds -- 20. Emerging trends and future directions.

"The Auditory Setting introduces and investigates how narrative and a sense of place are constructed in film and media arts through the reproduction and mediation of site-specific environmental sounds, or 'ambience'. Although this sonic backdrop acts as the acoustically mediated space where a story or event can take place, there has been little academic study of sound's undervalued role in cinematic setting and production. Drawing on theories of narrative, diegesis, mimesis and presence, and following a varied number of relevant audio-visual works, this book is a ground-breaking exploration of human agency in mediating environmental sounds and the nature of the sonic experience in the Anthropocene."--Page 4 of cover.

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