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If you look below the picture of the frosty Jack Nickleson you will find a post which includes a live list of the candidates requested in the sample. You should be able to click on those and be taken directly to each student's blog.
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Phil's Media Resources Blog

Have a look at the important links just to your right - I've added a new link to Phil's Media Resources Blog - it's got some great resources for making thrillers. When you've had a look at it blog about what's inspired you in your own blog!


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Enjoy your Holidays!


The Shining

The Shining
You may gain inspiration from the weather and produce a 'homage to Kubrick's The Shining.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Introduction to Sound

To emphasis the idea of suspense or fast pace action, every director would have to play with the idea of sound such as explosions which would add to the dramatic effects of action thrillers, or high pitched violin noises which will help create a suspenseful environment.

Soundtrack Pro

We were taught how to use soundtrack pro which we will use for our film editing.

Here is an example of the sounds we are able to use in soundtrack pro, there are a number of different types of sounds which once clicked on, different ways which the sound is heard will open up for us to pick. 

In my example I have clicked onto the explosions, here you can see there are many different ways the 'explosions' will sound.

The empty Grey box is where videos will be dragged into so we can watch the film play while adding sounds and sound effects to it so we can add sounds at the correct time and moment of a film.

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