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Download Citation on ResearchGate | La voz en el cine / M. Chion ; tr. por Maribel Villarino Rodríguez. | Traducción de: La voix au cinéma }. Wiki for Collaborative Studies of Arts, Media and Humanities. La Voz En El Cine / The Voice in Cinema (Spanish, Paperback) / Author: Michel Chion ; ; Films, cinema, Performing arts, Arts & Architecture.

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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Film, Matter and Spirit: Trabalho os argumentos com Trabalho os argumentos com base em quatro eixos: Trabajo los argumentos con base en cuatro ejes: In this paper, I address the issue of direct sound in documentary film.

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These claims are addressed based on four main axes: Our aim is to understand how nature processes information. We can detect and describe the complex computational structure in natural processes and we can provide a quantitative characterization of essential aspects of sound generation in We can detect and describe the complex computational structure in natural processes and we can provide a quantitative characterization of essential aspects of sound generation in the flute which is the typical features of effect of turbulence inside the cavity.

Aim of the study to establish the relation between the formations of particular sounds with inlet velocity and grove profile. This research is driven by the ever increasing amount of experimental data as delivered, to find internal effect cause to generate the sound together with change in the velocity and grove profile.

The Sound of The Birds. Discussion of cinematic affect most typically attends to response, the impact of the film as we experience it.


In this vein, various writers have drawn attention to the physicality of hearing Sobchack ; Cubittwhile others In this vein, various writers have drawn attention to the physicality of hearing Sobchack ; Cubittwhile others have illuminated the ways in which sound communicates sensory information about the film world Altman ; Chion However, attention to practice offers further opportunities to think about affect, that decisions made by sound practitioners take into account such considerations; sound practitioners frequently speak about their work in terms of feel, texture and experience.


Moreover, the processes of creating film sound requires physical activity and involvement, play and experimentation, which might be literally physical, or have a kind of tactile analogy to weaving, sculpting and so on.

In this sense, affect is in the labour of making the film, as well as in our watching of it. Bringing together theory wl practice therefore offers an opportunity to more fully develop an account of the particular contributions of cchion to cinematic affect, and perhaps illuminate the significance of practitioners’ work to the sensory appeal of film more generally — highlighting the creative effort of those filmmakers who traditionally receive less recognition for their achievements.

Drawing on published and unpublished interviews with film sound personnel, this article will seek to show how a connection between theory and practice enables a deeper comprehension of filmic affect, traced through the embodied and empathetic qualities of sound work.

Questioning the immersive experience produced in the realm of sound and media art – a short essay in the process of development into a cind scholarly article.

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The Music and Sound of Experimental Film. This book explores music- and sound-image relationships in non-mainstream screen repertoire from the earliest examples of experimental audiovisuality to the most recent forms of expanded and digital technology. It challenges presumptions of visual vhion in experimental cinema and rethinks screen music discourse in light of the aesthetics of non-commercial imperatives.

Several themes run through the book, connecting with and significantly enlarging upon current critical discourse surrounding realism and audibility in the fiction film, the role of music in mainstream cinema, and the audiovisual strategies of experimental film.

The contributors investigate repertoires and artists from Europe and the United States through the critical lenses of synchronicity and animated sound, interrelations of experimentation in image and sound, audiovisual synchresis and dissonance, experimental soundscape traditions, found-footage film, remediation of cbion music and sound, popular and queer sound cultures, and a diversity of radical technological and aesthetic tropes in film media traversing the work of early pioneers such as Ckne Ruttmann and Len Lye, through the mid-century innovations of Norman McLaren, Stan Brakhage, Lis Rhodes, Kenneth Anger, Icne Warhol, and studio collectives in Poland, to latter-day experimentalists John Smith and Bill Morrison, as well as the contemporary practices of VJing.


Audiovisual Dissonance in Found-Footage Film. Irving Cummings’ biopic The Story of Alexander Graham Bell opens with a woman at the pianoforte and three feisty, well-groomed gentlemen cantillating a popular song Frances Osgood’s ” Call me cie names “.

This scene sets the tone This scene sets the tone for the entire movie which, time and again, presents its audience with various work songs, Christmas carols, and choral melodies. However, each of these musical inserts seems complemented and uncannily shadowed by a ‘tonal fn associated with the pure physicality of sound: The effect of such couplings is a continuous and elaborate differentiation between music and noise, embodied and spectral sound, presence and reproduction, natural and technical media.

Against this cinf, the paper explores the movie’s musical, or rather tonal rendering of the dual nature of the voice — the ” voice-effect ” as a precarious concurrence of meaning and physical excess Mladen Dolar — and also its overtones of spiritism and the supernatural that become audible when the telephone, based on the material mechanics of the human ear, transmits the disembodied singing of a boz vocal group from Boston to Salem, thus revealing what Avital Ronell defines as the ” ghostly origin ” of the apparatus and its connection to ” male witchery “.

Furthermore, The Story of Alexander Graham Bell appears to link these issues of song, sound, cne and manifestation, of listening [horchen] and obeying [gehorchen] to a complex system of Fathers and Sons that pervades the whole narrative.

Escuchar con los ojos. Emergence and Rise of a Technically Ordinary Term. A Symposium on Soundscapes.

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