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Marina Rosenfeld: "I've always thought sound was the closest thing to a diagram of thought in the sense that, to actually hear and apprehend it, you have to simultaneously forget and remember, instant by instant."
Posted by Philip Sherburne on May 11, 2004 12:24 AM | Permalink
A very nice thought here. Nice article in the link too.
"If you take a moving image and pause it you have something to look over to study. If you take a sound and pause you have nothing." - rough quote by ?, something I heard in a nature recordist segment on NPR I believe.
I tried doing a piece based on this thought, and it was a huge mess.
Zachary Reno |
May 11, 2004 02:03 PM
Michel Chion covers this topic well in his influential text "Audio-Vison: Sound on screen".
It features a good foreward by Walter Murch (Godfather, apocalypse now) too, who also approaches similar subjects in his book 'In the blink of an eye'.
Steven Taylor |
May 14, 2004 04:08 AM
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