Flashcards in Sound Terminology Deck (15)
The sounds of the location in the background.
Sound either out of sync with the visuals or unrelated to the visuals.
Sound or music that seems strange in comparison to the scene we are seeing.
The words and lines the characters say.
Direct address (Breaking the Fourth Wall)
When the character talks to the audience directly.
Sound that the characters can hear in the scene
Sound that the characters cannot hear, e.g the score or a voiceover.
The height or depth of the sound being heard.
The beat of the music, speed.
Non-diegetic dialogue that a character delivers.
A portion of sound that covers a cut, normally to link two scenes together
A sound which normally represents a certain character
A sound accompanying an action, sometimes musical.
Music from a soundtrack or score that emphasises the themes and emotions of a scene or character.