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  • 1. Welcome to Production Sound for Film and Video Instructor Dr Fred Ginsburg C.A.S.
  • 2. Why do you think they call them talking pictures?
    • What was the first sound movie?
    • Movies have had sound since the first films…
  • 3. Early Sound Movies
    • Music
    • Sound effects
    • Foley
    • But no dialogue!!
  • 4. Talking Pictures
    • Hear the actors speak in their own voice.
    • A whole new realm of cinema has dawned.
  • 5. Production Sound
    • Record live dialogue.
    • Music and FX can be created in post, but dialogue is difficult to add.
    • Even ADR requires a good production track.
  • 6. Screenplays
    • Meticulous crafting of words
    • Making the characters come alive
    • And sound alive!
    • Lots of typed pages…
    • Nearly all of it is DIALOGUE.
  • 7. Watch a television show
    • Without picture, the soundtrack conveys most of the plot.
    • Without audio, the picture is vague and it is difficult to figure out what is happening to the characters
    • Unless you’re watching “Baywatch”.
    “ ER”
  • 8. Airlines…
    • You can watch the video monitor for free
    • But you have to pay to hear the soundtrack!

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