The audio affect image: Five hermeneutic modalities of sound design
This article explores the hermeneutic dimension of sound design by conceptualizing five affective modalities that could be understood as interpretive pre-dispositions employed when creating sound–image relationships.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Simon Fraser University, Cinesonika
Publication date: June 1, 2012
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- The Soundtrack is a multi-disciplinary journal which brings together research in the area of music and sound in relation to film and other moving image media. A complex cultural, technological, industrial and artistic phenomenon, sound-with-moving image is a rich area for analysis, investigation and speculation. We encourage writing that is accessible to audiences from a diversity of intellectual backgrounds and disciplines as well as providing a forum for practitioners. The Soundtrack's aim is to nurture this new and expanding area of academic investigation in dialogue with soundtrack producers of all kinds.
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