In animation synchronized sounds are the beginning are not perfect, rough sounds, imitation and exaggeration in “fake” and comic sound.

When creating animation, importance and capabilities of sound, change the content of the animations (with music in it) and it seems obvious the creativity comes in hand with technology and consistency in the creation of sound.
The intention of the animation also takes an important place in the creation/selection of sounds.
“There is not a conflict in listening and watching the animation at the same time” even nowadays… our mind is used to make connections with image, sounds. Even if we realize the asyncronicity but we understand the sounds.

With the unicorn scene… once again the sound takes a huge variable in how the animation flows. I guess in 1940’s time the animation was done first and the music was adjusted, or the opposite?
Fantasia is a good example of how the sound can run the show. The evolution of animation are hand in hand with the possibilities of sound. Disney focused in the exploration and exploration of sound, so then Fantasia became a music show idea and from there the animation was born.

Even in the situation the image is first (visual) I’m sure a drawer/animator already has the idea of what type of music was going to be played with the story. Or the director…



Today’s presentation was a very nice example of how a sound designer is not just doing his job, I think that once you come up with 2400 individual sound files that are carefully designed and planned, you have a love (and maybe hate) relationship with your piece.

On other side, It was really nice to know a bit more of the creation of Wall E, bacause, not mattering on the fact that has minimal dialogue, Ben Burtt created true souls and life to the characters.


Use of sound – to emphasize emotions or situations… as revelation “””

-Creation of voices to convince( give life and soul to a machine)

And is clear the close connection between the animation and story to create sound, or the sound is the one giving the emotions to the animation?… will it be rough? angelical? Which filter would be the correct one to use?