I feel like the question of prior knowledge is particularly meaningful with
regard to the final sound in the film, the recording of Jane giving birth.
Obviously the film is experienced as-is without that knowledge by a lot of
people, but Stan also revealed the source of the sounds as
Thanks for this.
Knowing what the sources are for the sound of Fire of Waters is particularly
interesting for me as previously I did not know these facts although there had
been much conjecture. My reference to it in my article THUNDER & LIGHTNING
Noise: Aesthetics and Audio-visual
Very interesting piece. Thanks for sharing and I'm looking forward to
follow your blog in the future.
2017-08-08 6:53 GMT+02:00 Mark Toscano :
> Thanks Pip! I know what you mean, as it's not the first time someone
> mentioned it to me. I have a tendency to prefer
Thanks Pip! I know what you mean, as it's not the first time someone
mentioned it to me. I have a tendency to prefer reading dark bgrd/light
text designs, but I realize I'm probably in the minority.
So I just switched the color scheme to something that I hope is easier on
everyone's eyes. I
This is great reporting and writing, and philosophical musing, thanks!
My one comment: can you not design it white on black? It's hard on
the eyes to read...
All the best!
At 18:21 -0700 6/08/17, Mark Toscano wrote:
On Sun, Aug 6, 2017 at 7:21 PM, Mark Toscano wrote:
> Hi all,
> I realize it's kind of self-promotional, but since a halfway decent amount
> of people seemed to like it, I hope you'll indulge me a bit of news about
> my Preservation Insanity site.
> Just wanted
I realize it's kind of self-promotional, but since a halfway decent amount
of people seemed to like it, I hope you'll indulge me a bit of news about
my Preservation Insanity site.
Just wanted to spread the word that after a long period of inactivity, I've
moved, spiffed up, and begun