The New Soundtrack

Volume 8, Issue 2

Edited by Stephen Deutsch, Larry Sider, Dominic Power

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Focuses on the aural elements which combine with moving images

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.

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Symphonies of Noise: The Urban Soundscape in Rouben Momoulian’s Applause, City Lights, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Love Me Tonight Dominic Power

Music as an element of narration in poetic documentariesKerstin Stutterheim

Embodied Resonances: The Sonic Pathways in Jean-Marc Vallée’s film Wild Alison Walker

Shepard tones and production of meaning in recent films: Lucrecia Martel's Zama and Christopher Nolan's DunkirkEleonora Rapan

From ‘Screenwriting for Sound’ to Film Sound Maps: The Evolution of Live Tone’s Creative Alliance with Bong Joon-ho Nikki J. Y. Lee and Julian Stringer

Some Notes on the use of Voice-OverRoger Crittenden

Approaches to Sound Design: Murch and BurttGustavo Costantini

Presentation to the School of SoundPeter Sellars

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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