Reading Summary: Amplification of Sound

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Music and Movies

 

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Nancy D

 

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September 8, 2016

 

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University

 

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In 1975, George Lucas implemented stereophonic sound, discovered by Dolby (the use of multiple speakers and sound fields), to further enhance the theatrical experience of his first installment of "Star Wars." Spielberg was not far behind as he used the same Dolby technology on "Close Encounters." Not much later on, Walter Murch, created a 160-track sound track for the film "Apocalypse Now...
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Music is a part of today's popular culture and at its base are "structures of feeling." It is a key that unlocks the inner emotions of a film, and the emotions of its audience. Soundtracks and musical scores can also help us "locate" a film, a time period, understand the filmmaker's point of view, and a variety of information within a film's story...
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