Sound in Cinema (Part1)

Author // Stavros Didakis Categories // Production, Video & VFX, Sound, Lectures

Sound in Cinema (Part1)

This is the first part of a lecture that presents the relationship between sound and cinema. Here you will find a historical overview, important moments of the sound in cinema, as well as essential information concerning general approaches, practical advices, and aesthetics.

This presentation is in English and in Greek.

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Following is a documentary that shows the making of "King Kong" (2005, directed by Peter Jackson), especially concerning the stages that involve sound, audio, and music. It is a valuable recourse to see in action what is needed to create a masterpiece with incredible sound desing, music orchestration and performance, and top-level recordings. The documentary consists of 7 parts, here is the first one.


About the Author

Stavros Didakis

Stavros Didakis

Stavros Didakis is the founder and managing director of SoniconLab, a media laboratory with a focus and interest in media, art, and technology. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Media Arts & Technology at the Institure of Digital Arts Technology (i-DAT), in Plymouth University (UK). His work focuses on the development of digital systems, programming, media design, interaction, and system installation. Stavros is also a scholar of Alexander S. Onasis Public Benefit Foundation.

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