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Just like the movies in a theater! Links 'n' stuff: The Engineer Guy did a fantastic explainer on the mechanism of film projectors - much deeper than I went as I was focused mainly on sound. Check it out if you want to learn more! 🤍 Technology Connextras (my second channel where stuff goes sometimes) 🤍 Technology Connections on Mastodon: 🤍 The TC Subreddit 🤍 This channel is supported through viewer contributions on Patreon. Thanks to the generous support of people like you, Technology Connections has remained independent and possible. If you'd like to join the amazing people who've pledged their support, check out the link below. Thank you for your consideration! 🤍
Getting clean cinematic audio in your film doesn't have to cost a fortune. Here's my best tips and tricks for recording great audio as a low budget filmmaker. One thing I forgot to mention - get some decent over the ear headphones (not earbuds) to monitor your sound on set. This topic was too big for one video! Disclaimer: 7RYMS sent me their mics for free, but had no say over my review or how I featured them. The noise floor was higher than the DJI Mics, but they were reliable and I think they're a good value. Subscribe for more videos to improve your storytelling through film. Sound gear mentioned: 7RYMS Wireless mic kit - 🤍 DJI Mic kit - 🤍 Shotgun Mic - 🤍 Rode shotgun mic grip (updated version) - 🤍 Boom pole - 🤍 Tascam Sound Recorder - 🤍 Takstar On-Camera mic - 🤍 Lav mic (cheap-o one) - 🤍 Over-ear headphones - 🤍 Boom mic stand (heavy duty, big) - 🤍 Boom mic stand (cheap, smaller) - 🤍 How to wire up a lav mic properly - 🤍 Support me on Patreon! Tons of bonus videos & private Discord: 🤍 Get my Simple Film Production Binder (free) - 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Book a 1-on-1 consultation with me: 🤍 The best stock music (get 2 months free): 🤍 Favorite editing templates & stock assets ($50 off annual plan): 🤍 My current filmmaking gear: Main Camera/Lens - 🤍 B-roll Camera - 🤍 Camera Monitor/Recorder - 🤍 Editing Laptop - 🤍 Data Storage - 🤍 Tripod - 🤍 Microphone - 🤍 Sound Recorder - 🤍 Lighting - 🤍 My studio setup- 🤍 Business inquiries: standardstoryco🤍gmail.com About me: I've been making short films for 20 years, starting at age 11. I directed my first feature film, Bad is Bad, in 2010. Made for only $6,000, the film went on to reach over 7 million views and garner critical acclaim. More recently, my short film, Will "The Machine", screened and won awards at film festivals around the world. Released online in 2019, it reached over 1 million views in just a month. I also work as a video editor, cutting ads for clients such as Apple, Netflix, and Beats by Dre. DISCLAIMER: Links in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product with the links that I provide, I may receive a small commission at no additional charge to you.
Diegetic vs Non-Diegetic Sound Explained — A complete guide to film sound, the definitions of both types, their various applications, and how some filmmakers break the rules of sound to tell better stories. What is Diegetic Sound? ►► 🤍 Tarantino's Sounds of Violence ►► 🤍 Build Suspense with Sound ►► 🤍 Sound Design in Dune ►► 🤍 StudioBinder Blog ►► 🤍 ───────────────────── Chapters: 00:00 - Introduction to Diegetic Sound 00:51 - Origin of Diegetic Sound 02:04 - Types of Sound in Film 03:05 - Diegetic Sound 06:31 - Non-Diegetic Sound 09:40 - Trans-Diegetic Sound 13:01 - Creative Exceptions 16:33 - Takeaways ───────────────────── Special thanks to: FRIBOURG FILM ORCHESTRA & CHORUS ►► 🤍 ───────────────────── DIEGETIC VS NON-DIEGETIC SOUND EXPLAINED Film sound comes in two basic types — diegetic vs non-diegetic. Each has a role in the cinematic experience, and in this video, we’re going to explain everything. Including the definitions of each type, their most common and not-so-common applications, and how filmmakers can use the soundtrack to tell better stories. We always say that we “watch” movies, but have you ever really “listened” to a movie? There is quite a lot of storytelling happening on the soundtrack, but we usually take it for granted. Naturally, our eyes do the heavy lifting as they process all that visual information, but film sound is actually an unsung hero in the overall experience. WHAT IS DIEGETIC SOUND To understand diegetic vs non-diegetic sound in film, we first have to understand what “diegesis” means. The concept of diegesis goes all the way back to the Ancient Greeks and it refers to “the act of narrating a story,” including the details the narrator adds or leaves out. In film, this essentially means “the world of the film and everything in it.” And when it comes to film sound, if the characters can hear it, it’s diegetic; otherwise, it’s non-diegetic. But which is which and why does it matter? Let’s continue with a breakdown of diegetic sound. DIEGETIC SOUND IN FILM Again, if the characters can hear it, it’s diegetic sound — even if they only hear it in their head. This is called internal diegetic sound and includes thoughts, narration, music, etc. We can also divide diegetic sound into two subcategories: on-screen and off-screen. This refers to the source of the sound. When we hear birds in a forest scene but can’t see them, it’s still considered diegetic. NON-DIEGETIC SOUND IN FILM On the other hand, non-diegetic sound is everything the characters cannot hear. This includes sound effects, some forms of narration, and, the most common element, the musical score. But sometimes sound can actually switch between diegetic vs non-diegetic, which is called trans-diegetic sound. This often helps to blur the line between fantasy and reality. There are countless ways to use film sound to lure us into or shock us out of the cinematic experience. Now that you know the basics of diegetic vs non-diegetic sound, it’s your turn to make us truly listen to a movie. #FilmTheory #VideoEssay #Filmmaking ───────────────────── ♬ SONGS USED: "Club Foot Clavipes (Instrumental)" - Isaac Joel "Mercury" - Alon Ohana "Jake's First Flight" - James Horner "Yes I Am (Instrumental)" - Zach Sorgen "Wistful (Instrumental)" - Falls "Glass" - Claudio Laucci "Something's Different" - Danny Elfman "Oscillating Form" - Charlie Ryan "Hey Jude" - The Mutato Muzika Orchestra "Overture (From The Hateful Eight Soundtrack)" - Ennio Morricone "Hedwig's Theme" - John Williams "Murph" - Hans Zimmer "Married Life" - Michael Giacchino "Waterfall Fight" - Ludwig Göransson "Way Out There (Main Title)" - Carter Burwell "The Way We Get By (Instrumental)" - Spoon "X Gon' Give It To Ya" - DMX "Dead Already" - Thomas Newman "Prelude" - Bernard Herrmann "Last But Not Least (Instrumental)" - Chelsea McGough "The End" - The Doors Music by Artlist ► 🤍 Music by Artgrid ► 🤍 Music by Soundstripe ► 🤍 Music by MusicBed ► 🤍 ───────────────────── SUBSCRIBE to StudioBinder’s YouTube channel! ►► 🤍 Looking for a production management solution for your film? Try StudioBinder for FREE today: 🤍 — Join us on Social Media! — Instagram ►► 🤍 Facebook ►► 🤍 Twitter ►► 🤍
If you like this video or this channel, please consider donating to this channel to cover my expenses. The video has been demonetized. A gift of $10 or $5 or $1, via the "Applause" button right below the video really helps me out. Thank you! This is the most basic of lessons on sound in movies. Soundmusic, sound effects, dialogue, and voiceoveris an overlooked part of movie criticism and even basic judgments about movies. This video will help you listen a bit better to movies than you already have. Included in the video are discussions about film music, composers, and the difference that music makes when it's played over a movie. I will introduce you to the terms "diegetic" and "non-diegetic" sound. See joshmatthews.org for more great movie criticism.
In Hollywood, everything is magic and make-believe, even sounds. When you watch a film that immerses you completely in its world, you’re probably hearing the work of sound artists. If the work is done right, you won’t be able to tell that the “natural” sounds on screen are manufactured with studio props. That's the challenge for Warner Bros. Foley artists Alyson Moore, Chris Moriana and mixer Mary Jo Lang. Theirs is a practice in recreation, one creative element at a time. #Hollywood #Sound #FoleyArtists SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: 🤍 Make our acquaintance on Facebook: 🤍 Give us a shout on Twitter: 🤍 Come hang with us on Vimeo: 🤍 Visit our world directly: 🤍 This story is a part of our Frontiers series, where we bring you front and center to the dreamers, pioneers, and innovators leading society at the cutting edge. Let us take you along for a trip to the oft-imagined but rarely accomplished. Great Big Story is a video network dedicated to the untold, overlooked & flat-out amazing. Humans are capable of incredible things & we're here to tell their stories. When a rocket lands in your backyard, you get in.
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In the late 1920s the first Sound Films or 'Talkies' were released. Following the success of the Jazz Singer Hollywood was keen to release fully talking films to capitalise on its success. However, the first years of the talkies produced some strange results. As a result of the difficulty studios had in producing sound films these new pictures, many of the early sound films suffered from technical and artistic problems. Nevertheless, as the technology developed and Hollywood adapted, these issues were overcome begining the industry that we know today.
When Warner Brothers made "The Jazz Singer" in 1927, it was a silent film like the others of its era. Except that the songs performed by star Al Jolson would be done using their new Vitaphone sound process. But it wasn't hearing the songs that astounded audiences at the time. It was the spoken patter ad-libbed by Jolson between the songs. Later, when Jolson's character entertains his adoring mother... ...his off-the-cuff remarks charm and delight viewers, making them want more. The first all-spoken film was yet to come. But because of Jolson's chatty ad-libs... ..."The Jazz Singer" is still often regarded as the first "talkie." I neither own nor claim any rights to this material. Just having some fun with it. Thanks for watching!
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Foley artists use objects to create sounds based on a character’s movements and interactions in movies and TV shows. Sometimes, they will find themselves making sounds for animals. Marko Costanzo is a veteran Foley artist for c5 Sound, Inc. He has who worked on movies like “Ice Age,” “Life of Pi,” and “True Grit.” Costanzo explained how complicated it was to make the sounds of a dragonfly flapping its wings in “Men in Black,” and how he captured the footsteps of a dog at different ages in “Marley & Me.” Then, we showed him an animal clip he has never seen before and had him come up with the proper sounds on the spot. MORE MOVIES INSIDER CONTENT: How The Sound Effects In 'A Quiet Place' Were Made | Movies Insider 🤍 How Sound Effects For Horror Movies Are Made | Movies Insider 🤍 How The Sounds In 'Transformers' Movies Are Made | Movies Insider 🤍 #Animals #Foley #MoviesInsider Insider is great journalism about what passionate people actually want to know. That’s everything from news to food, celebrity to science, politics to sports and all the rest. It’s smart. It’s fearless. It’s fun. We push the boundaries of digital storytelling. Our mission is to inform and inspire. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: 🤍 Insider on Facebook: 🤍 Insider on Instagram: 🤍 Insider on Twitter: 🤍 Insider on Snapchat: 🤍 Insider on Amazon Prime: 🤍 Insider on TikTok: 🤍 Insider on Dailymotion: 🤍 How Animal Sounds Are Made For Movies And TV | Movies Insider
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Every sound effect of mine in this tutorial/video : 🤍 Sound design in our filmmaking process is extremely important, it's not something I've always paid a lot of attention to but the more I've progressed as a creator/filmmaker in this industry I've learnt the power of sound effects and how it can have such a strong impact on our visuals and the emotion of the audience. In this tutorial of a basic travel style montage/film I touch on a few tips and topics on how to manipulate sound effects and where to use various elements such as risers, drones, ambience, underscores and transition type sound design to bring your visuals to life. I created this Essential Flow SFX pack/bundle with my close friend and composer Daniel Deuschle after realising I owned so many different sound packs and only used 1 or 2 sounds from each. So we set out to create over 120+ essential sound elements for creators who want to add another layer of depth to their edits. This sound effect pack is something I've been incorporating into my edits and found is extremely useful for various types of edits. I really hope these essential sounds can be of use to others and after time we could continue to cater more variety for all your needs. All the sick ass stock footage I used by the way was from ArtGrid - 🤍 // Our Essential Flow SFX - 🤍 // Visual Tone (My new developing website to help offer information and tools for us creators) - 🤍 IG - 🤍 My personal collection of colour grading looks/LUTs : // Explore Travel LUTs - 🤍 // Bryn North IG - 🤍 Edit music playlist - 🤍 // Daniel Deuschle IG - 🤍 MusicBed - 🤍 🤍 Gear : Polar Pro Variable ND's (Peter Mckinnon series). Dji Ronin S Panasonic Lumix Gh5 Metabones speedbooster Ultra Canon 70-200mm f4, Sigma 18-35mm f1.8, Sigma 50-100mm f1.8. Dji Mavic pro 2 Zoom H1n Macbook Late 2017 15" Edited in Adobe premiere Pro
Just playing around and learning a bit more in DaVinci. Decided to make this to demonstrate the principal of optical sound. The slit lens is only an approximation of what the solar cell would "see" as the film is rolls steadily past the sound aperture and this effect was done using a single line of each frame. As you can see the is considerable definition in the waveform that is not demonstrated in this manner. crap... I forgot to horizontal flip the slit vision...
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For a movie with such unique sounds and audio like “A Quiet Place” these foley artists had to do things a little differently. Rather than focusing on making everyday sounds like footsteps more audible, the sound designers on the film focused on a “less is more” approach, aiming for more minimalist and more terrifying sound effects. See more from E2 Sound here: 🤍e2sound.com #SoundEffects #AQuietPlace #INSIDER INSIDER is great journalism about what passionate people actually want to know. That’s everything from news to food, celebrity to science, politics to sports and all the rest. It’s smart. It’s fearless. It’s fun. We push the boundaries of digital storytelling. Our mission is to inform and inspire. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: 🤍 INSIDER on Facebook: 🤍 INSIDER on Instagram: 🤍 INSIDER on Twitter: 🤍 INSIDER on Snapchat: 🤍 How The Sound Effects In 'A Quiet Place' Were Made | Movies Insider
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Sound Design is one of the most important steps in filmmaking. Most people don't know the basics of sound design. So I'm making this beginner's guide to sound design in Hindi, which will help aspiring editors learn and create something new. On YouTube, there are several videos available but 99% of them are in English, but this video is in Hindi to teach you How to sound design and everything. 📸 Instagram - 🤍 ► TIMESTAMPS: • 00:00 - Intro • 00:42 - What is Sound Design? • 01:05 - Why we do Sound Design? • 01:35 - 3 Sound Design Categories • 01:50 - 1. Hard Sound Effects • 02:05 - 2. BG Sound Effects • 02:31 - 3. Foley Sound Effects • 03:02 - 6 Most Common Sound Effects • 03:31 - 1. Hits • 04:12 - 2. Drones • 05:21 - 3. Whooshes • 06:03 - 4. Swells • 06:37 - 5. Rises • 07:32 - 6. Suckbacks • 08:08 - Bonus Tip Do you like the background that I used in this video, get yours from here - Instamojo (for UPI payments) - 🤍 Gumroad - 🤍 My Video Editing Gear - Keyboard - 🤍 Mouse - 🤍 Monitor - 🤍 Headphone - 🤍 SSD - 🤍 My YouTube Gear - Camera - 🤍 Tripod - 🤍 Power Bank - 🤍 Mic - 🤍 MY KEY LINKS - 📸 Instagram: 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 📝 LinkedIn: 🤍 🌎 Portfolio - 🤍 🙂Facebook - 🤍 WHO AM I: I’m Aman, a YouTuber and freelance video editor. I make videos about video editing & filmmaking. ⭐Tags ⭐ How To SOUND DESIGN, Cinematic Sound Design Tutorial hindi, sound design tutorial, sound design for film, sound design, sound design course, sound design tips, sound design tutorial beginners, sound design premiere pro hindi, how to do sound design, video editing sound design, sfx tutorial, filmmaking sound design, aman guides sound design, aman malik editor, ⭐ Hashtags ⭐
MUSIC I USE: 🤍 EDITING SOFTWARE I USE: 🤍 LAPTOP: 🤍 SOUND RECORDER: 🤍 STOCK FOOTAGE: 🤍 In this edition of Q&A I'll answer some of your questions and comments that you’ve posted such as: how (not) to record low budget sound, whether my film Relics got into festivals, is the film festival model a myth, how did you shoot a documentary locked off and what my experience in the film industry is like. GREG'S CHANNEL: 🤍 PODCAST ABOUT THE MAKING OF RELICS: 🤍 PATREON: 🤍 2ND CHANNEL: 🤍 WEBSITE: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 DISCORD: 🤍 List Of Films Featured: The Artist (2011) Fire At Sea (2016) Relics (2017) 0:00 Introduction 1:07 Recording Low Budget Sound 3:02 Making Of Relics 5:01 Did Relics Get Into Festivals? 5:59 The Festival Model Is A Myth 7:27 How To Shoot A Documentary Locked Off 8:55 My Film Industry Experience Music: Noir Et Blanc Vie - ‘Knowpe; Noir Et Blanc Vie - ‘FynestLyke’ Noir Et Blanc Vie - ‘A Typical Ride Out’ Noir Et Blanc Vie - ‘MydNyte’
Supervising sound editor Don Sylvester and sound mixer David Giammarco walk us through their sound mixing process for Best Sound Editing Academy Award nominee ‘Ford v Ferrari.’ By taking a look at scenes from the film, they break down the layering of dialogue, music, and effects and how these three elements come together to give a film life. Still haven’t subscribed to Vanity Fair on YouTube? ►► 🤍 ABOUT VANITY FAIR Arts and entertainment, business and media, politics, and world affairs—Vanity Fair’s features and exclusive videos capture the people, places, and ideas that define modern culture. ‘Ford v Ferrari’ Sound Editors Explain Mixing Sound for Film | Vanity Fair
Watch all my videos ad-free and early on, and get exclusive content on Nebula: 🤍 (Signing up using my link supports my channel) Sound is often the unsung hero of movies. But what we hear in a film usually isn't a reflection of what things sound like in real life. Instead film sound can be incredibly expressive and impressionistic. [Video Contains Spoilers for The Batman] An important source for this video is Dolby's interview with the sound team. If you're interested in more about the film's sound design it's worth watching: 🤍 // WATCH MORE THOMAS FLIGHT -Ad-Free Videos and Exclusive Content on Nebula: 🤍 -My Podcast Cinema of Meaning: Ad-Free and early on Nebula: Nebula: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 -Rent or Buy My Experimental Documentary: 🤍 -Read My Newsletter: 🤍 // SUPPORT MY WORK -Support my Channel directly on Patreon: 🤍 Patrons get access to a discord community, monthly podcast reviews of everything I watch, and more! -Sign up for Nebula using my Link: 🤍 Signing Up for Nebula using my link supports my channel financially. // FOLLOW ME -Twitter: 🤍 -Website: 🤍 -Letterboxd: 🤍 -TikTok: 🤍 // CONTACT ME -sponsorship and Business inquiries: thomasflight🤍standard.tv -Questions, feedback, other stuff: contact🤍thomasflight.com (check out my FAQ as well: 🤍 #ThomasFlight #VideoEssay
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The different techniques and theories behind the use of sound in film. Volume Fidelity contrapuntal and parallel synchronous and asynchronous rhythm diegetic and non-diegetic
A Drive opening scene analysis of the sound design and suspense editing. Nicolas Winding Refn Movies ►► 🤍 Download “Drive” Script ►► 🤍 Write a Script for Free in StudioBinder ►► 🤍 CHAPTERS: 00:00 Sound Design & Editing in Drive's Opening Scene 00:55 The 3 Elements of Building Suspense 01:39 Drive Opening Scene Breakdown 08:35 Final Takeaways Drive (2011) is a film that works on many levels simultaneously. The fast cars and the ultraviolence are expertly juxtaposed with the now-iconic synth-driven soundtrack. There are many aspects to admire in Nicolas Winding Refn’s ode to L.A. crime movies but in this Drive video essay, we wanted to look at something very specific. In the Drive opening scene, we get a tense and heart-stopping car chase. But it’s not just the editing or camerawork that is driving the suspense — it’s the sound design. Throughout the Drive opening scene, layers of sound are added to the mix to help generate suspense. In any suspenseful scene, we need three things: consequences, uncertainty, and time. If any one of these elements is missing, the whole thing falls apart. Let’s look at how Nicolas Winding Refn used these layers of sound to fulfill these criteria. Consequences — obviously, we know the consequences that await Driver and his criminal passengers if they are caught. The alarm blasting from the break-in, the police sirens in the distance, and the helicopter roaring overhead all remind us of the danger involved in this operation. Uncertainty — will Driver be caught by the police? We see very little of the police but we know they’re there and we know they’re closing in. This information is delivered through Driver’s police scanner as we follow the progress of the search. Time — time is running out from the moment Driver starts his analog stopwatch. The music sounds like a racing heartbeat with a metronome-like rhythm. And to top it off, Driver has timed everything to the conclusion of a basketball game, which he listens to on the radio. The cinematography obviously plays its own role in the scene but the real hero here is the soundtrack. By isolating our perspective to inside the car, our vision is limited and we rely almost exclusively on what we hear. Drive is a showstopping showcase of the Nicolas Winding Refn directing style and Drive’s first scene is a masterclass in sound design and suspense. #FilmTheory #VideoEssay #Filmmaking _ ♬ SONGS USED: "Nightcall" - Kavinsky "Rubberhead" - Cliff Martinez "Tick of the Clock" - Chromatics Music by Artlist ► 🤍 Music by Artgrid ► 🤍 Music by Soundstripe ► 🤍 Music by MusicBed ► 🤍 — SUBSCRIBE to StudioBinder’s YouTube channel! ►► 🤍 Looking for a project management platform for your filmmaking? StudioBinder is an intuitive project management solution for video creatives; create shooting schedules, breakdowns, production calendars, shot lists, storyboards, call sheets and more. Try StudioBinder for FREE today: 🤍 — Join us on Social Media! — Instagram ►► 🤍 Facebook ►► 🤍 Twitter ►► 🤍
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This was the Earth many years later where humans had been completely destroyed by monsters. they could not see but whose acute sense of hearing allowed them to hunt their prey. Any sound would immediately invite danger. movie name: a quiet place
Movies get confused about the speed of sound. Should you hear the bang or see it first? Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Buy the music - the music played at the end of my videos is now available here: 🤍 More weapons and armour videos here: 🤍 The speed of sound in air is typically around 1,125 feet per second. The speed of light in air is around 874,015 times as fast. The characters in a film should see a thing before they hear it. If it is a long way away, they the delay will be great. Lindybeige: a channel of archaeology, ancient and medieval warfare, rants, swing dance, travelogues, evolution, and whatever else occurs to me to make. ▼ Follow me... Twitter: 🤍 I may have some drivel to contribute to the Twittersphere, plus you get notice of uploads. Facebook:🤍 (it's a 'page' and now seems to be working). Google+: "google.com/+lindybeige" website: 🤍LloydianAspects.co.uk 🤍
The Rhythms of Ratatouille: I recreated all the sounds from this scene in Ratatouille using the drums. Trying to push the envelope here 🚀 As with all my videos, there is a tiny rat under my headphones controlling my arms! Watch with my drum sounds isolated here: 🤍 He chops the green vegetable 28 times ;) You may have seen this one before – this video has already received hundreds of millions of views across various social platforms! Ratatouille with drums, josh harmon drums, pixar , foley #shorts
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