Sound
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It becomes unnecessary when it interferes with regular activities like sleeping, communication or disrupts one’s quality of life. Noise pollution has not received much attention because it cannot be tasted, seen or smelled… In this essay we are going to access the health effects of sound pollution to the human ear (Roberts, 6). Noise pollution is caused by…
Sound Recording
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The most interesting aspect of the composition is the usage of natural materials and the production of natural music. This paper reviewing the materialistic part of the music creation. … With the usage of various tools and materials, people create music comprising of elements and sounds that naturally exist in nature and in our everyday lives. This composition…
Sound Art
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Sound has been a prevalent concept in the society affecting and influencing humanity in many ways known to man. Because of the influential nature of music, this medium is perceived to an effective tool for society in different aspect. Every element of the general concept of sound becomes a significant one namely the voice, music, sound effects, ambience and even silence.…
Sound effects
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Certain instruments were used such as violin, plates, chimes, hand drums and bass drums. Herein, it should be noted that the drums reflected… The sound has been edited as dense because it complimented the seriousness of the plotline. Herein, it should be noted that the sources of the film are both outside and original. This has been made in direct accordance…
Sound Waves
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Nevertheless, most sounds do not solely exist as a single frequency but due to the superposition of numerous frequencies. The primary… Fourier Transform essentially incorporates a time series of pressure intensity in the determination of the perfect pitched frequencies summation. It also incorporates the level of the amplitude to recreate the original sound.…
Sound Artist
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Sound Artist Introduction Design, arrangement ant manipulation of the space’s physical properties is called “mother of arts” architecture. Architecture is different from other forms of arts, for the daily movement it generates spaces. Moreover, it attracts the artistic tastes, when it is more than merely useful.… This process is just like writing a poem1.…
Sound media
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The radio presents a remarkable opportunity for record labels to gain popularity to a diverse range of audience. After the radio emerged, it soon became accessible to many people.… t that the radio is a critical tool in promoting different records, many people have not taken the time to understand the relationship between the labels and the radio stations. In…
Sound levels
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While there have been a number of articles about noise levels in the neonatal intensive care unit and the effect on patients’ health, most of the articles have been qualitative, and have not achieved results on a statistically-significant enough population in order to draw… There is no doubt that the amount of noise generated in the NICU can be significant. A…
Key concept of sound
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But it is important to consider the notion that the evolution of films initiated in the absence of sound and even music. It can be then considered interesting to be able to determine the key concepts… tors, directors and other people in the film industry gave great importance to the leaders of the silent film era due to the fact that they were able to convey…
Sound in Films
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Sound can be considered as an essential component of the present day films. But it is important to consider the notion that the evolution of films initiated in the absence of sound and even music. It can be then considered interesting to be able to determine the key concepts of sound that made it an inevitable component of the particular field of visual arts. …
Velocity of Sound
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Velocity of sound often varies with regards to various mediums. The metal rod’s sound velocity was obtained in this entire experiment through… Sound is often part and parcel of our entire surrounding and has great significance in our daily life. Generally, sound is a form of energy that is majorly produced and propagated through the longitudinal waves. They…
Acousmatic Sound in Films
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Acousmatic sound in films is an effective tool for film makers to help create the desired perception by the filmgoer. It is a psychological process affected by the sound effects that a person hears without the knowledge of the source of sound.… In films, this sound called acousmatic sound is used as the most effective medium to convey meanings that the visual…
Bose stadium sound system
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The speakers provide unclouded speech and natural-sounding music which is advantageous when crowds are cheering. The systems are… Bose stadium sound systems are designed to strengthen audio sounds with a centre field focus. The highest amount of sound is transmitted to the spectators seated at the farthest end of the stadium, there is less need for external…
The Sound of Music
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This discussion, The Sound of Music, will discuss the elements of the film, The Sound of Music, and will attempt to use these elements in dissecting and critiquing a great film classic. Human beings are such critical and fickle minded creatures. … From the report it is clear that human beings are such critical and fickle minded creatures. As an…
The Coming of Sound
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Name University Course Instructor Date The Coming of Sound The Fortune Magazine of October, 1930, once stated that the coming of American talking movies or sound in movies was the greatest and amazing revolution within the confines of industrial revolution ("Digital History.”).… This was mostly because of the lack of sound. Changes in the movie industry were…
Sound and visual media
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The architectural configuration of audiences in a conventional theatre is the physical relationship of the performer to his or her viewers (Hischak 147). This configuration is often problematic for sound design because it dictates how one will apply the production factors. The… Other architectural configurations in arena stages allow for podiums with lifting…
Sound Shaping Images
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Sound in films is part of the narrative sphere and perceptive sphere of any film. The audio-visual factors are the foundations for a theory of the function of the film sound. This concept is based on introspective rationalization of the audience and their perceptional level and capacity.… Since Chion is an authority on sound and cinema, he is often quoted and…
Physics of Sound
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The author of the essay "Physics of Sound" explores the phenomenon of a sound. As it is stated here, physics and music could look so different but the fact is that the two are closely related. Besides, music is sound, which is a branch of physics. … The nature of sound could, therefore, be defined through standard wave characteristics. Loudness would be a…
Patterns of Sound
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English Literature (Classic and Modern) Patterns of Sound. Shakespeare’s sonnet 146 has a typical sonnet rhyme scheme as follows: abab cdcd efef gg. The fourteen lines are arranged in three groups of four, containing alternate rhymes, along with a final rhyming couplet.… 666) This very regular stress pattern gives the sonnet a steady beat, as if marching…
Chewing and Sound Localization
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Chewing leads to an increase in the mean error of sound localization, this study show that chewing affects sound localization whereby the mean localization error for chewing participants was greater than the mean localization error for non chewing participants.… Sound localization is the ability of a listener to identify the source or origin of a sound, in…
Sound and fury
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Throughout in the face of Artinian Heather, a dear six-year-old, there is a clash over a contentious medical machine, the cochlear inserts to help Heather to get sound or hear. The device creates a mix reaction among the family members; some celebrate the cochlea insert/implant… Heather’s family members seem to be all deaf; two brothers and parents. Peter, one…
Music and sound
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Music acts as a part and a way of life in the society. This paper seeks to identify the benefits of music to the human body, mind and spirit… Listening to music helps relax the body and in most cases a listener makes some body movements when their favorite music is played. Some of the movements like shaking of the head could happen unintentionally. Listening…
Ecology Of Long Island Sound
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The interaction of the man with the elements of nature has been a subject of intense debate and argument. In fact, this issue has gained such importance that most industrial and economic activities are begun with this issue at the roots. Literature has tremendous support, clarifying this issue as Bott, Cantrill & Myers (2003) state with appropriate literature support, "Relationship to place is a fundamental feature of human existence.…
Reflection on Sound and Fury
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During the first half of the movie I was convinced it was not for hearing people since it was all about how deafness affects identity and the views of deaf people. But after watching the whole film, I… It is a bond that unites them to others with hearing disability. The story revolves around two families and their views on deafness and a cochlear implant that…
Sound in A Clockwork Orange
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Sound is an element of film technique which is often overlooked within what is basically seen as a visual art form. But sound is an integral part of film in general, and within A Clockwork Orange it is particularly important. Kubrick uses sound to act as an ironic commentary upon the nightmarish future that he envisions within this adaptation of Anthony Burgess's novel.…
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