MEDIA - sound

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diegetic sound
Sound that has its source in the narrative world of the film, whose characters are presumed to be able to hear it
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non-diegetic sound
sound, such as mood music or a narrator's commentary, represented as coming from a source outside the space of the narrative. characters cannot hear it
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soundtrack
a collection of pre-existing songs used in a movie
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musical score
The musical component of a film's soundtrack, usually composed specifically for the scene
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parallel sound
when the sound accompanies and complements the image we see on screen
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contrapuntal sound
sound that counterpoints or contrasts the image
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sound bridge
When a sound carries over a visual transition of a film; Music that connects scenes, dialogue that is heard before the speaking characters appear.
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sound, such as mood music or a narrator's commentary, represented as coming from a source outside the space of the narrative. characters cannot hear it

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non-diegetic sound

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a collection of pre-existing songs used in a movie

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The musical component of a film's soundtrack, usually composed specifically for the scene

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when the sound accompanies and complements the image we see on screen

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