Crash! Bang! Wallop!

Sound is important. It’s simple really, you can be forgiven for bad image but sound? No, no, no. It has to be as good as you can possibly get it so that your audience isn’t taken out of your world. Think about it, how many found footage films have you seen? What has the sound design been like in all of them? It’s been great, it’s been perfect for the film and for you, as the audience to be kept exactly where the filmmaker wants you to be. Cinematic sound isn’t limited to explosions, musical cues, or the Wilhelm scream. In this video, we explore a more theoretical and storytelling-oriented approach to on-screen sound.

Source: The Royal Ocean Film Society