Interaction of sound and image in modern audiovisual culture

UDC 778.534.48:008-028.26

Serafym Zheliezniak

Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Kyiv.

ORCID ID 0000-0002-9430-0527

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Keywords: sound, sound directing, modern audiovisual culture, combination of sound and image, asynchronism, actual sound.

Abstract. The article analyzes the possible types of combination of sound track components with the visual track, namely diegetic and non-diegetic sound, actual, commentative sound, etc., reveals the main positions and opinions of foreign and Ukrainian authors studying the problem, types of sound in screen projects, and their significance and features in the context of audiovisual culture are indicated. Examples of creative application of audio track in modern Ukrainian and foreign audiovisual culture are considered. The following methods were used during the study: analysis was used for consideration of the components of the sound track and certain types of interaction of sound and image, comparative method was used to study different concepts of scientists to more fully present the issue, systematic approach was used to study a set of types of the combination of sound and image in audiovisual projects. The scientific novelty of the article is to highlight the current state of theoretical approaches to the interaction of sound and image in audiovisual culture. The results of the study are of practical importance to scholars studying film, audiovisual culture, as well as to sound engineers and other creative professionals working on screen projects, in order to be able to master possible techniques to combine sound with the visual component of the project.

Author Biography.

Serafym Zheliezniak, Postgraduate Student, Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Kyiv

tritonische@gmail.com

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Published:

Vol 20 No 2 (2021).

Section: APPLIED CULTURAL STUDIES AND CULTURAL PRACTICES.