The contribution by Paolo Magaudda, Elena Mosconi and Massimo Locatelli gives an overview of the now rich lineage of Sound Studies related to Film and Media, while highlighting three keywords that can serve as guiding notions to further expand the field of research. Magaudda considers the notion of infrastructure, which has always been relevant for sonic cultures and practices but has especially become even more so since the rise of digital media, platforms, and tools for recording and distribution. Mosconi’s keyword is voice, and while brilliantly reminding us of the traditionally vococentric – or better: logocentric – character of cinema, she invites to investigate this fascinating topic focusing on the purely acoustic, non-semantic aspects of the voice as expressive and communicative element. Locatelli completes this triadic reflection exploring “the emotional dimensions of audio-vision”, taking music as the primary vessel for emotions and moods within audiovisual structures, but expanding the discourse also to foley artists, and to the relevance of noises interacting with images in the creation of emotional responses and awareness.

Locatelli, M., Magaudda, P., Mosconi, E., Infrastructure, Voice, Emotion. Three Keywords for the Future of Research in Film Sound, Paper, in Retuning the Screen. Sound Methods and the Aural Dimension of Film and Media History, (Udine, 02-04 November 2020), Mimesis Edizioni, Udine-Milano 2022: 29-39 [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/220686]

Infrastructure, Voice, Emotion. Three Keywords for the Future of Research in Film Sound

Locatelli, Massimo;Mosconi, Elena
2022

Abstract

The contribution by Paolo Magaudda, Elena Mosconi and Massimo Locatelli gives an overview of the now rich lineage of Sound Studies related to Film and Media, while highlighting three keywords that can serve as guiding notions to further expand the field of research. Magaudda considers the notion of infrastructure, which has always been relevant for sonic cultures and practices but has especially become even more so since the rise of digital media, platforms, and tools for recording and distribution. Mosconi’s keyword is voice, and while brilliantly reminding us of the traditionally vococentric – or better: logocentric – character of cinema, she invites to investigate this fascinating topic focusing on the purely acoustic, non-semantic aspects of the voice as expressive and communicative element. Locatelli completes this triadic reflection exploring “the emotional dimensions of audio-vision”, taking music as the primary vessel for emotions and moods within audiovisual structures, but expanding the discourse also to foley artists, and to the relevance of noises interacting with images in the creation of emotional responses and awareness.
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Retuning the Screen. Sound Methods and the Aural Dimension of Film and Media History
Retuning the Screen. Sound Methods and the Aural Dimension of Film and Media History Udine / Gorizia FilmForum 2020 XXVII Convegno Internazionale di Studi sul Cinema
Udine
Paper
2-nov-2020
4-nov-2020
9788869773310
Mimesis Edizioni
Locatelli, M., Magaudda, P., Mosconi, E., Infrastructure, Voice, Emotion. Three Keywords for the Future of Research in Film Sound, Paper, in Retuning the Screen. Sound Methods and the Aural Dimension of Film and Media History, (Udine, 02-04 November 2020), Mimesis Edizioni, Udine-Milano 2022: 29-39 [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/220686]
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