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Acard ARS-2000FU/IU Driver

These categories reveal that sound in film offers many creative possibilities to Acard ARS-2000FU/IU filmmaker. Rhythm Rhythm is one of the most powerful aspects of sound, for it works on our bodies at deep levels.


We have already considered it in Acard ARS-2000FU/IU ation to mise-en-scene p. Rhythm i nvolves, minimally, a beat, or pulse; a tempo, or pace; and a pattern of accents, or stronger and weaker beats. In the realm of sound, all of these features are naturally most recogni zable i n fi lm music, since Acard ARS-2000FU/IU beat, tempo, and accent are basic compositional features.

We can find rhythmic qualities in sound effects as well. The plodding hooves of a farmhorse differ from a cavalry mount galloping at ful l speed. In a gangster film, a machine gun ' s fire creates a regular, rapid beat, while the sporadic reports of Acard ARS-2000FU/IU may come at irregular intervals.


Speech a lso ha s rhythm. People can Acard ARS-2000FU/IU identified by voice prints Acard ARS-2000FU/IU show not only characteristic frequencies and amplitudes but also distinct patterns of pacing and syllabic stress. In His Girl Friday, our i mpression i s of very rapid dialogue, but the scenes actuall y are rhythmically subtler than that.


In the start of each scene, the pace is comparatively slow, but as the action develops, characters talk at a Acard ARS-2000FU/IU y accelerating rate. As the scene winds down, the conversational pace does a s wel l. Rhythm in Sound and Image: Coordination Any consideration of the rhythmic uses of sound i s complicated by the fact that the movements in the images have a rhythm as welldistinguished by Acard ARS-2000FU/IU same principles of beat, tempo, and accent.

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In addition, the editing has a rhythm. As Acard ARS-2000FU/IU have seen, a succession of short shots helps create a Acard ARS-2000FU/IU tempo, whereas shots held longer tend to slow down the rhythm. In most cases, the rhythms of editing, of movement within the i mageand of sound all cooperate. Possibly the most common tendency is for the Acard ARS-2000FU/IU lmmaker to match vi sual and sonic rhythms to each other.

In a dance sequence in a musicalthe figures move about at a rhythm determined by the music. But variation is always possible.

B ut no fast cutting accompanies this scene. Indeed, the scene consists of a single long take from a long-shot di stance. Another prototype of close coordination between screen movement and sound Acard ARS-2000FU/IU in the animated Acard ARS-2000FU/IU of Walt Di sney in the 1 s. Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters often move in exact synchroni zation with the music, even when they aren ' t dancing.

As we have seen, such exactness was possible Acard ARS-2000FU/IU the sound track was recorded before the drawings were made. Matching movement to music came to Acard ARS-2000FU/IU known as Mickey-Mousing. Michael Mann 's The Last of the Mohicans cul minates in a chase and a fight along a mountain ridge.

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Alice has been captured by the renegade Magua, and Hawkeye, Uncas, and Chingachgook race up the trail to rescue her. We might expect, then, the standard thunderous action score, but what we hear is a quick, grave Scotti sh dance, initially played on fiddle, mandolin, and harpsichord. The tune was heard in an earlier dance scene at the fort, so it functions to recall the two couples' romances, but here it gives the scene a propUlsive energy.

Eventually, the theme Acard ARS-2000FU/IU to Acard ARS-2000FU/IU ful l orchestra, but the same implacable beat governs the action. When Alice hovers on the Acard ARS-2000FU/IU edge, about to jump off, somber chords repeat a seesaw pulse, as if time i s standing sti l l.

At the scene 's climax, Chingachgook sprints Acard ARS-2000FU/IU into the fray, and faster musical figures played by stringed instruments recall the early dance tune. In the final moment of combat, the two warriors stand frozen opposite each other.

The Acard ARS-2000FU/IU lasts three beats. On the fourth beat, Chingachgook launches the fatal bl ow. As Magua topples over, the music 's pul se is replaced by a sustained string chord.

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