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Aug 21, Lucas rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: A fascinating overview of Chion’s film sound theory concepts. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. A pretty clear summary of some major ways that image and sound work together. The theory of synchresis is expanded with an account of perceptual “marking” by “points of synchronization”. Maybe I wasn’t patient enough to really get the full meaning out of it. Associationism and musical soundtrack phenomena.
Sep 03, Amanda rated it really liked it Shelves: Sound on Screen by Michel Chion. My only real complaint is that towards the end of the book everything moves towards putting forward Really enjoyed this book, it’s like Michel is looking at sound and image from every possible angle but without it feeling bogged down and heavy. Belvedere rated it it was amazing Sep 27, Nov 19, David Ashley Pearson rated it really liked it.
Contemporary Music Review, 9 This is the first English translation of Chion’s theoretical work on film sound, making available to a wider readership theories of film-sound perception which have been current in French-speaking countries throughout the s.
Ultimately, this is a frustrating book for the cognitive scientist. Books by Michel Xe. Almost reads like a dictionary of all the different ways sound can be used as a device without it ever getting repetitive or boring.
Theories of film sound conventionally mirror theories of film music in their emphasis on the use of sound in film to elicit psychological states and effects. To ask other readers questions about Audio-Visionmiche sign up. My only real complaint is that towards the end of the book everything moves towards putting forward a proposal for audio-visual analysis before then putting this proposal into practice for a deep dive into Bergman’s Persona. In contrast with mainstream film theorists, Chion treats film sound as of primary importance in the phenomenology of cinema.
The fact that dude’s a composer and xudiovision as well as a film sound academic gives the book a systemic and comprehensive quality.
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Chion’s work presents micel regrettably superficial discussion of how music specifically, as distinct from other sources of sound in film, may impact upon perception of filmic meaning, and how filmic context may impact upon perception and cognition of music. Made me think about sound in a whole different way, but I thought it got quite technical and obscure for me in parts. Jun 18, Sophie rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Valuable as both an introduction and a reference.
Recommended to malic audiivision Chion claims that such a phenomenon “is not automatic. Aug 09, Grig O’ rated it really liked it. Audio-Vision is not intended to be a phenomenology of film; Chion provides audovision framework and taxonomy within which film sound might be studied critically. Sep 11, Matt rated it really liked it Shelves: Josh rated it really liked it Jul 30, Pin rated it cbion was ok Jan 28, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Apr 23, Kate rated it it was amazing. Whilst it appears to carry a degree of cognitive-psychological insight, it constitutes in fact a set of introspective rationalizations that are not grounded in an understanding of current cognitive-psychological issues and methods.
Audio-Vision: Sound on Screen
Chion’s account deals with the functions of film sound in all its manifestations, including music. Sarah Mack rated it it was amazing Jul ve, Chion concludes with an original and useful model mihel the audiovisual analysis of film. Sound on Screen,” French critic and composer Michel Chion reassesses audiovisual media since the revolutionary debut of recorded sound in cinema, shedding crucial light on the mutual relationship between sound and image in audiovisual perception.
These phenomena are discussed in terms of sound rather than in terms of music. I wish the class I took in college on film sound was half as good as this book.
Audio-Vision: Sound on Screen by Michel Chion
Still, an incredible book that is very inspirational when thinking of how to situate sound in a mix and the devices and relations it can take on when put together images.
This whole section whilst solid and interesting can read pretty dry. A great book that will enrich the way you experience and think about films.
Whilst Chion’s Audio-Vision does not provide a thorough examination of the specific nature and function of music in film as distinct from other sources of sound, it is the most coherent and persuasive theory of film-sound perception to date. Part of a necessary and introductory reading in audiovisual design.
Chion argues that sound film qualitatively produces a new form of perception: