Media tv drama analysis

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  • Created on: 02-05-14 10:25
On screen titles and graphics
in Sherlock to show what he was thinking & descriptions about people. E.g character names, location, actors names at the start.
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Slow motion or Speed ramping (fast forward)
merlin fight scene, common in fight sequences they choose to do this so people can see it and adds a little drama to it, you can see the power in it. Why have they chosen to add it in.
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Jump cut
An un-natural edit, it looks like a mistake or a bad edit.
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Sound Mix
sound comes from one direction to another, also adjust how near and how far a sound is by adjusting the volume, it sounds either closer or further awa, Change the sound perspective.
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Non diegetic
purely for the audience benefit, orchestra music, sound effects, narrator when we can’t see that sound being played, gun shot you can see the gun.
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Diegetic
Human sounds that are not tracks
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Synchronous sound
Anything that matches the visuals on the screen, so the sounds match whats on the screen.
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Sound motif
main catchy idea that repeats itself, that you associate with a character or place e.g Jaws “dududada” you think of a shark. Dr who’s tardis: take off
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Sound bridge
usually a sound that carries on from one scene to another one, commonly done with music in films
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Asynchronous sound
Sounds that play with no relation to the visuals; e.g a heartbeat when you don’t actually see the heartbeat you just hear it and see someone on the floor
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Slow motion or Speed ramping (fast forward)

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merlin fight scene, common in fight sequences they choose to do this so people can see it and adds a little drama to it, you can see the power in it. Why have they chosen to add it in.

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Jump cut

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Sound Mix

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Non diegetic

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