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Rick Altman ed. 1992

Sound Theory Sound Practice.

London: Routledge.



目次

  • Rick Altman "General Introduction: Cinema as Event"
  • Rick Altman "The Material Heterogeneity of Recorded Sound"

  • Part 1: Theoretical Perspectives
    • Rick Altman "Introduction: Four-and-a-half Film Fallacies"
    • Rick Altman "Sound Space"
    • Jim Lastra "Reading, Writing, and Representing Sound"
    • Steve Wurtzler "She Sang Live, but the Microphone was Turned Off: The Live, the Recorded, and the Subject of Representation"
    • Michel Chion "Wasted Words"

  • Part 2: Historical Speculations
    • Rick Altman "Introduction: Sound / History"
    • Alan Williams "Conversion to Sound"
    • Natasa Durovicova "Translating America: The Hollywood Multilinguals 1929-1933"
    • John Belton "1950s Magnetic Sound: The Frozen Revolution"

  • Part 3: Neglected Domains
    • Rick Altman "Introduction: Sound's Dark Corners"
    • Amy Lawrence "Women's Voices in Third World Cinema"
    • Scott Curtis "The Sound of Early Warner Bros. Cartoons"
    • Mary Pat Klimek "Imagining the Sound(s) of Shakespeare: Film Sound and Adaptation"
    • Jeff Ruoff "Conventions of Sound in Documentary"
    • Andrea Truppin "Let There Be Sound: The Films of Andrei Tarkovsky"

  • Rick Altman "Afterword: A Baker's Dozen of New Terms for Sound Analysis"