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Sound For Film Profile — A Technical Webseries

October 13, 2010

Sound is hella important in movies and you can always tell those directors who know what they’re doing by how specifically rich and textured a film’s soundtrack is, even if, at times, it’s decidedly minimalistic.  Those that are aware of the sonic possibilities of the medium always make better movies.

Came across this series on post-production sound on vimeo while aimlessly scouring the internet.  I wish the interviews would delve a little deeper into the technical details of strategies that some of the folks featured have implemented in the making of their movies’ design palettes, but I guess those nerdy tidbits are better suited for DVD menus.  Still, it’s nice to be able to see a series that highlights some of what goes in to making a soundtrack.

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  1. V.E.G. permalink
    October 27, 2010 3:57 pm

    In 1889, (sound on film is presumed lost): Some man Mr. So-and-so (name unknown) said: Good morning, Mr. Edison, glad to see you back. I hope you are satisfied with the kineto-phonograph.

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