Leo MurraySound Design Theory and Practice
Leo Murray Sound Design Theory and Practice
Leo Murray's Sound Design Theory and Practice istrives to establish a theoretical foundation for sound design, introducing readers to the creative and practical decisions that come along with the craft. By relating sound design practice to its applications in film, television, and gaming, Murray presents a compelling history and thorough framework for understanding sound design from both practical and artistic angles. Diving into sonic semiotics and taking films such as King Kong and No Country for Old Men as case studies, Sound Design Theory and Practice is a must-read for any burgeoning sound designer or anyone interested in the broader field of sound studies.
Sound Design Theory and Practice Features
- Author: Leo Murray
- 206 pages
- Length: 206 pages