Textual Analysis: Sound design

Sound design is used throughout film making to create atmosphere and a realistic environment.

Diegetic sound is sound that purports to come from the world of the film.

Non-Diegetic sound is sound added in post production to have an effect on the audience. 

  • Composed score (music composed for the film) and
  • Compiled score (songs which already exists but, is then put into the film)  

Sound bridges are used when a track plays over changing scenes

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