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Seminar Audio-Vision

The course surveys the history, technology, theory, andideological work of film and television sound. Looking at topicssuch as the sound of silent cinema, disembodied voices, laughtracks, music video and sound design, we will investigate theemotion, functionality, and development of film and televisionsound. You will read challenging works by a range of soundcritics, contribute to a discussion board, review the sounddesign of films and television programs, and produce a researchproject about an independent case study of your choosing.

Section: FILM-495-01
Credits: 4
Faculty: Debra M White-Stanley
Days: M
Times: 6:00PM‑9:30PM (M)
Start/End Date: 08/29/22 - 12/16/22
Instruction Method: Discussion-based Seminar
Comments: The course surveys the history, technology, theory, andideological work of film and television sound. Looking at topicssuch as the sound of silent cinema, disembodied voices, laughtracks, music video and sound design, we will investigate theemotion, functionality, and development of film and televisionsound. You will read challenging works by a range of soundcritics, contribute to a discussion board, review the sounddesign of films and television programs, and produce a researchproject about an independent case study of your choosing.

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