sounds and SFX as words in language

by Susana Alarcon


The sound effects are a manipulated language;  each sound film demands the creation of its own “soundlibrary” (vocabulary) with unique definitions, tense, intention, pronunciation and accent. Is also like if every single world that is created had its own history, traditions and storytelling style.

I could understand this way why is it so important to create a unique version of sounds that appear in a movie; even if it’s a good translation, sometimes the words in one language don’t exactly describe what you mean in another.


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