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On the occult nature of sound-image synchronization

Donnelly, K.J. (2010) On the occult nature of sound-image synchronization [in special issue: 'Sound on Screen’] Cinephile, 6, (1), Spring Issue, pp. 39-43.

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Points of synchronization between sound and image can be approached as a form of repose, providing moments of comfort in a potentially threatening environment of asynchrony that can be overwrought with sound and image stimuli. The interplay between the synchrony and asynchrony is a central dynamic of audio-visual culture, which can be re-conceived and newly understood along these lines.

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Published date: 2010


Local EPrints ID: 157945
ISSN: 1712-9265
PURE UUID: 429f45d4-165e-4250-b073-681656458586

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Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:39

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