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Soundscapes

  1. 1. AS Media Studies G321: Foundation Portfolio Date Term ?, Lesson ? 1
  2. 2. Starter • What’s the difference? • BE PREPARED TO SHARE!
  3. 3. Discover Discovery Question • What is a SOUNDSCAPE and WHY is it vital to your own sequence? Date Term ?, Lesson ? 3
  4. 4. Learning Objective/ Outcome Level All: Will research similar products Level 2 Most: Will explain the uses of sound on their blogs Level 3 Some: Will analyse the sounds of two different films and comment on their effectiveness Level 4 Date Term ?, Lesson ? 4
  5. 5. Discover Soundscapes • The opening of a film uses not only images, but sound to establish; – Genre – Tone – Historic Period – Location – Characters
  6. 6. Discover Soundscapes • Sound and Silence can be used most effectively to draw in an audience – visuals without sound can lack impact, or very dramatic depending on the correct use • Sound is not always recorded LIVE either, most film sound is DUBBED or added later by FOLEY ARTISTS
  7. 7. Discover Soundscapes • Sound can be DIEGETIC or NON-DIEGETIC • It can be a wild track, dialogue, voice-over, a song, score or a mixture of them all
  8. 8. Develop Task 1 • Listen to the following openings • Can you identify the genre, location, time period and cast from JUST the soundtrack? Stretch Yourself: Can you justify your decisions using correct terminology?
  9. 9. Discover Soundscapes • It is important for you to consider the sound you want to use in your opening: – DIEGETIC – NON-DIEGETIC – SCORE – SONG – VOICEOVER – DIALOGUE
  10. 10. Develop Task 2 • Individually you need to create your own DIRECTORS COMMENTARY for a film opening of your choice • You need to record a COMMENTARY for the OPENING 2 MINUTES A RECORDING NEEDS TO GO ON YOUR BLOG AS EVIDENCE
  11. 11. Develop Test Yourself • Swap sheets with a partner • Read their ideas carefully • Do you understand their ideas? • Have they justified their choices with evidence? • Give them feedback on your post it note Date Term ?, Lesson ? 11
  12. 12. Develop Homework • Complete your Commentary & post to your blog • Due: TUESDAY 10/12/2013 11/11/2013 Autumn 2, Lesson 3 12
  13. 13. Celebrate Plenary • Can you explain the following key terms? Date – – – – – – – – – – WILDTRACK AMBIENT SOUND DIEGETIC NON-DIEGETIC SCORE SONG VOICEOVER DIALOGUE DUBBING FOLEY Term ?, Lesson ? 13

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