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Sound examples

  1. 1. For our research and planning into the kind of sounds we would use in our production I have found different examples of the types of sounds we will use in parts of our production. We have chosen the sounds to suit the genre of thriller and so the sounds are generally used to build tension as well as ambient sounds used to create verisimilitude.
  2. 2. Tension Building  This sound is the kind of bass, tension building sound track that we would use for a background sound throughout particular scenes of our production for the purpose of making the audience feel tense (suitable to the genre). An example where this could be used is as the background sound with other sounds on top when the antagonist is sitting by the fire outside – useful in creating an eerie atmosphere.  Click on the sound image to listen.
  3. 3. Ambient Sounds  Although we want to create a tense atmosphere in the production, we also want the audience to feel that the production is real and so to create verisimilitude we want to use ambient sounds. Ambient sounds such as the fire burning/crackling are also useful in helping to create a tense atmosphere but also to keep the feel of realism. This particular sound would be useful again in the scene of the antagonist sitting next to the fire.  Click on the sound image to listen.
  4. 4. Action Build-up  In contrast to horrors, thrillers can also use upbeat sounds throughout the films to build tension or to create a build up of action. This type of sound uses low, bass tones to create a feel of suspense and to build up an atmosphere for action, yet it doesn’t make the audience feel frightened. This particular sound could be used in the scene where the antagonist is changing her identity – making the editing cut to the beat of the music.  Click on the sound image to listen.

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