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Sound Design

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Zusammenfassung

Was ist Sound Design? – Man sieht es nicht, man hört es nicht, man riecht es nicht, aber man nimmt es wahr, man erkennt es.

Sound Design ist ein Konstrukt, das sich nicht nur aus dem Zusammenspiel der Tonebenen eines Filmes wie Sprache, Atmo, Geräusche und Musik ergibt, sondern auch in Beziehung zum Bild, dessen Rhythmus und dessen Narration steht. Ja selbst zu den Seherhörern im Kinoraum steht es in einem Verhältnis.

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  1. 1.Senior Lecturer Digital Music and Sound Arts College of Arts and Humanities Grand ParadeUniversity of BrightonBrightonUK
  2. 2.BerlinDeutschland

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