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By Molly Braggins
Diegetic Sound Vs Non- Diegetic Sound
Sound whose source is visible on
the screen or whose source is
implied to be present...
Voiceover
A piece of narration in a film, not accompanied by an image of the
speaker.
The Voiceover is often used to give ...
Sound Bridge
Sound bridges can lead in or out of a scene. They can occur at the
beginning of one scene when the sound from...
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Sound conventions

  1. 1. By Molly Braggins
  2. 2. Diegetic Sound Vs Non- Diegetic Sound Sound whose source is visible on the screen or whose source is implied to be present by the action of the film: •Voices of characters •Sounds made by objects in the story •Music represented as coming from instruments in the story Sound whose source is neither visible on the screen nor has been implied to be present in the action: •Narrator’s commentary •Sound effects which are added for dramatic effect •Mood Music Example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_4hOY-9nKA
  3. 3. Voiceover A piece of narration in a film, not accompanied by an image of the speaker. The Voiceover is often used to give a sense of a character’s subjectivity or to narrate an event told in flashback. Example of a voiceover: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BeEHGJvBruc
  4. 4. Sound Bridge Sound bridges can lead in or out of a scene. They can occur at the beginning of one scene when the sound from the previous scene carries over briefly before the sound from the new scene begins. Alternatively, they can occur at the end of a scene, when the sound from the next scene is heard before the image appears on the screen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIkpD2Nr5yI Example of a sound bridge:

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