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Sound for Moving Pictures
The Four Sound Areas




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ISBN 9780367517786
April 25, 2021 Forthcoming by Focal Press
274 Pages 44 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Sound for Moving Pictures presents a new and original sound design theory called the Four Sound Areas framework, offering a conceptual template for constructing, deconstructing, and communicating all types of motion picture soundtracks; and a way for academics and practitioners to better understand and utilize the deeper, emotive capabilities available to all filmmakers through the thoughtful use of sound design.

The Four Sound Areas framework presents a novel approach to sound design that enables the reader to more fully appreciate audience emotions and audience engagement; and provides a flexible, practical model that will allow professionals to more easily create and communicate soundtracks with greater emotional significance and meaning.

Of obvious benefit to sound specialists, as well as motion picture professionals such as film producers, directors and picture editors, Sound for Moving Pictures also provides valuable insight for others interested in the subject; such as those involved with teaching soundtrack analysis, or those researching the wider topics of film studies and screen writing.

Table of Contents

FOREWORD BY WALTER MURCH

PREFACE

 

1 INTRODUCTION

PART 1: CONSTRUCTING THE SOUNDTRACK

2 EMOTION IN SOUND DESIGN

3 VALIDATING A NEW APPROACH

PART 2: DECONSTRUCTING THE SOUNDTRACK

4 THE FOUR SOUND AREAS

5 APPLYING THE FOUR SOUND AREAS

6 REFLECTIONS ON PRACTICE

PART 3: COMMUNICATING THE SOUNDTRACK

7 ADDING TO THE LEXICON

8 CLOSING THOUGHTS

APPENDICES

GLOSSARY

REFERENCES

INDEX

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Biography

Neil Hillman is a highly experienced sound designer, production sound mixer and scholar who contributes to both multi-million budgeted feature films and crowd-funded indie movies. His PhD investigated emotion within sound design and considered enhanced audience engagement through the thoughtful use of the soundtrack.