Mathew Price, CAS on the Art of Dialogue Recording and Audio Positions in Film & TV
“There are many, many nouns for the act of looking – a glance, a glimpse, a peep – but there’s no noun for the act of listening. In general, we don’t think primarily about sound. So, I have a different perspective on the world; I can construct soundscapes that have an effect on people, but they don’t know why. It’s a sort of subterfuge. When you photograph something it’s a direct appeal to their most conscious sense and so they know that they’re being affected by what they see. Sound kind of sneaks in the side door.”
– Walter Murch, Oscar-winning Sound Designer, Picture Editor
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