Sound Theory, Sound Practice
Cinema as event - The material heterogeneity of recorded sound - Four and a half film fallacies - Sound space - Reading, writing and representing sound - She sang live, but the microphone was turned off: the live, the recorded, and the subject of representation - Sound/history - Historical and theoretical issues in the coming of recorded sound to the cinema - Translating America: the Hollywood multilinguals 1929-1933 - 1950s magnetic sound - Sound's dark corners - Women's voices in the Third World cinema - The sound of early Warner Bros. cartoons - Imagining the sound(s) of Shakespeare: film sound and adaptation - Conventions of sound in documentary - And then there was sound: the films of Andrei Tarkovsky - A baker's dozen of new terms for sound analysis.
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Cinema as Event
Four and a Half Film Fallacies
Reading Writing and Representing Sound
Womens Voices in Third World Cinema
The Sound of Early Warner Bros Cartoons
Conventions of Sound in Documentary
The Films of Andrei Tarkovsky
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