First Published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of ContentsGeneral Introduction: Cinema as Event 1. The Material Heterogeneity of Recorded Sound Part One: Theoretical Perspectives Introduction: Four-and-a-half Film Fallacies 2. Sound Space Rick Altman 3. Reading, Writing, and Representing Sound Jim Lastra
4. She Sang Live, but the Microphone was Turned Off: The Live, the Recorded, and the Subject of Representation Steve Wurtzler 5. Wasted Words Michel Chion Part Two: Historical Speculations Introduction: Sound/History 6. [Conversion to Sound] Alan Williams 7.
Translating America: The Hollywood Multilinguals 1929-1933 Natasa Durovicova 8. 1950s Magnetic Sound: The Frozen Revolution John Belton Part Three: Neglected Domains Introduction: Sound's Dark Corners 9. Women's Voices in Third World Cinema Amy Lawrence 10.
The Sound of Early Warner Bros. Cartoons Scott Curtis 11. Imagining the Sound(s) of Shakespeare: Film Sound and Adaptation Mary Pat Klimek 12. Conventions of Sound in Documentary Jeff Ruoff 13. Let There Be Sound: The Films of Andrei Tarkovsky Andrea Truppin
Afterword: A Baker's Dozen of New Terms for Sound Analysis Notes Works Cited
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