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38 thoughts on “The History of Sound at the Movies technology sound effects”

  1. Mr. D.W. Griffith looks something like Bing Crosby.
    Too bad Amadeus which came out in 1984 missed the big sound improvement in 86. That movie still blew me away anyway!

  2. hello, I love the video is really interesting to learn some new things and the way that you explain is perfect for me, this was funny because I am a bilingual person and my dad can't speak English well, so I activate the subtitles and my Dad was really confused because the subtitles don't match with nothing form the video and we can't stop laughing about that.
    so later I try to explain everything to him in the correct way.
    but this no matters because you make me have a good time.

  3. It's been a whole day watching your videos… didn't realize I used whole day.. Not sure if I continue , hahaha, but thank you very much, your passion stands out. wow surprising it's 2014 video…. ;;

  4. First, this should be an answer to someone making a joke about the first sound film test.
    After almost writing, I was looking for an example and Google wasn't anything than my friend, thought, I would mean "Master".
    When I suddenly found, my started commentary was gone, the commentary I want to reply, is also gone or hidden or so.
    Ok, this way.
    Before electronic amplification the only possible way to do sound film was to use pre-recorded music and that the singer songs along. The "microphone" would have been too large and has to be too close, as seen in the Dixon test film.
    A good example is this: https://youtu.be/cSJ90Flr-t4

  5. Laurel and Hardy used title cards to improve the humor and the same way they used sound.
    Chaplin liked in sound film, that the music is in every theater the same, but want to keep the "silent movie style". He said, when the "Tramp" speaks, it will be the last movie with the "Tramp". And so "The Great Dictator" was the last appearance of the "Tramp".
    Later, Chaplin made also jokes about widescreen film.

  6. Jesus, I'm going through your videos and you have gone through an entire college course. BRAVO! I am not sure if people like you understand how much you are having an impact on the popularisation and accessibility to knowledge. When Aronofsky said that the Internet is more than enough for you to learn about filmmaking and then put it into practice, I understand what he had meant. A low bow from everyone for your work!

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