Sound is one of the key elements of life.Not only is it an element in life, but one of the must important aspects of filmmaking.A film is not considered a great hit without having a great source of sound involved.Though we might think of a film as an essentially visual experience, we really cannot afford to underestimate the importance of sound in a film.Three of the most important parts of sound that compose the sound track in a film, are the spoken words, sound effects, and the music.
A great way of describing the three aspects of sound would be through a movie.A movie the everyone has seen, least once in their life, that would be Star Wars, A New Hope, directed and written by George Lucas, in 1977.I would consider a New Hope the greatest and best example to explain the aspects of sound. A New Hope begins with a rebel ship being boarded by Darth Vader, the curl leader of the Dark force. The story opens up with introducing a simple boy of the name of Luke Skywalker.Luke lives with his aunt and uncle on a farm on Tatooine.He is a young man who is desperate to get off his planet and get to the Academy like his friends. His uncle disagrees with Luke's plans of moving on his life, like the rest of his friends.Luke meets C-3PO and R2-D2, and then that's when the trouble begins.The action starts when Luke, C-3PO, R2-D2 and Ben Kenobi attempt to rescue Princess Leia from the command of the Dark Star.
Throughout the movie sound is used to the best of knowledge.Starting off with the dialogue, it presents the speaker as an individual, rather than the imaginary creation of a story.It also serves as a way of telling the story and expressing the feeling and motivations of the characters.A good example of dialogue in the movie would by the character of Darth Vader.Darth Vader had an excellent voice for his character.He had the voice of leader, a commander, anything that can be