Tuesday, 16 November 2010


Throughout TV programmes and Film there is always sound. Dependant on what is going on there are different types of sound;

Diegetic- natural sound within a scene, for example the characters speaking on the scene

Non- Diegetic- sound which is added to a scene such as a soundtrack. Potential problem is that is seems very unrealistic but a bonus is that it adds a lot more dramatic effect.

Sound Bridge- sound which carries on over two different scenes which then literally  creates a bridge between two events. (two different locations)

Incidental Music- small, very brief snippets of sound to create emotion or feeling. (cultural code)

Asynchronous Sound- a natural sound, which is out of place and without a source on the scene.

Contrapunctual Sound- sounds which create opposite emotion to the one which is on screen.

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