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The New Soundtrack

Volume 7, Issue 1

Stephen Deutsch, Larry Sider, Dominic Power


Assesses concepts of hearing and listening across multiple fields, from both practitioners and academics

The New Soundtrack is fully peer-reviewed and includes contributions from recognised practitioners in the field, including composers, sound designers and directors, giving voice to the development of professional practice, alongside academic contributions. This issue looks at concepts of hearing and listening and looks at nature documentaries, sonic interactions, production hierarchy in television, and the use of macro-sounds to present the inside of bodies.

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Volume 7 Issue 1 Contents

New Understandings in Hearing
James Bacho

'Listening Back’: Exploring the Sonic Interactions at the Heart of HistoricalSound Effects Performance
Fiona Keenan and Sandra Pauletto

Feeling and Filmmaking: The Design and Affect of Film Sound
Lucy Fife Donaldson

Mumble-gate: Negotiating Theory and Practice in Television’s Production Hierarchy
Tim Heath

Losing Sight of Atmospheric Sounds in Televised Nature Documentary
Isabelle Delomtte

When Soundtracks of Fiction and Non-fiction Converge: on the use of Macro Sounds to Present the Inside of Bodies
Svein Høier

About the Author

Stephen Deutsch is Professor of Post-Production at Bournemouth University and Visiting Tutor in Screen Composition at the National Film & Television School.

Larry Sider is Director of the School of Sound symposium and former Head of Post-Production at the National Film and Television School.

Dominic Power is an independent writer and film historian.

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