An introductionto sound andmoving image
Soundtrack production          studio knowledge                 syncing               lip syncing              production ...
Moving image production:TV GENRELiveTheatre recordingGame showssoapOperaMusic video
Moving image production:   FILM GENRES    News    Mystery    Comedy    Family    War    Adventure    Fantasy    Thriller ...
Sound track   Music videos    film sound    theme tune    live    sfx                   diegetic/non diegetic            ...
Moving image production:   TV GENRE    Live    Theatre recording    Game shows    soap                                   ...
Music ingredients   Definitions of what music is made up of    Instrumentation    instruments and voices that are used. W...
Hall Pass   The instruments/sounds/SFX I can hear are: Guitars, Vocals, Bass, drums, Chimes, police sirens, vocals, car ...
Advert http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnzFR V1LwIo Vocals Drums Guitar
My own                                 sound                                 effects                                Sound ...
Example of sound production
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An introduction to sound and moving image

  1. 1. An introductionto sound andmoving image
  2. 2. Soundtrack production studio knowledge syncing lip syncing production adding effects Listening skills Microphone usage music editing musical ability creative imagination create certain sounds recording in a studio
  3. 3. Moving image production:TV GENRELiveTheatre recordingGame showssoapOperaMusic video
  4. 4. Moving image production: FILM GENRES News Mystery Comedy Family War Adventure Fantasy Thriller 4d,3d,2d Kids cartoons Romantic comedy Drama Trailer police Action
  5. 5. Sound track Music videos film sound theme tune live sfx diegetic/non diegetic vocal instrument speech/narration radio pre produced voiceover
  6. 6. Moving image production: TV GENRE Live Theatre recording Game shows soap Opera Music video Webcam podcasts Adverts Billboards Game console computer games Home video
  7. 7. Music ingredients Definitions of what music is made up of Instrumentation instruments and voices that are used. What you can hear when you listen to music. Tempo The speed at which a piece of music is or should be played. (BPM- beats per minute) Dynamics The volume of a sound or note. If it changes dramatically, suddenly and so on. Rhythm The pattern of musical movement through time. A pattern of notes and sound. Irregular or regular. Melody -(tune) A rhythmically organized sequence of single tones so related to one another as to make up a particular phrase or idea. Texture The strands of music and how they fit together. ( The layers)- how many layers are their and how do they fit together. Harmony/Key The notes that are chosen to make music. Harmony is two or more sounds that are played together. Courd are harmony. Structure how music is organised. Verse, Chorus, Verse Chorus. Technology/SFX The manipulation of the sound after is been performed. SFX is sound effects.
  8. 8. Hall Pass The instruments/sounds/SFX I can hear are: Guitars, Vocals, Bass, drums, Chimes, police sirens, vocals, car swerves, Describe what the music sounds like: Happy Exited Passionate Because the characters are happy and the music is happy. The characters seem to be on an adventure and so the music isvery bouncy and tuneful just like the characters. Seems like they love what they are doing and the is shownthrough the musics vibe. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sig2f48J6P0
  9. 9. Advert http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnzFR V1LwIo Vocals Drums Guitar
  10. 10. My own sound effects Sound effects from the webMusic track created on cubaseUsing a Midi track
  11. 11. Example of sound production

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