Thursday, 21 May 2009

Sound in Dexter intro sequence

Non-digetic and Incidental music helps the viewer create a mood, it also suggests the sub-genre or genre it is. It keeps the same baseline throughout the sequence. Incidental sound adds to the mystery and the music's ironic because the title sequence is dark when the music is quite happy and upbeat. The folly sounds and digetic sounds help to create tension. For example splitting the egg and cutting the meat raises in volume. When blood hits the sink a tiny, quiet sound happens. Tiny sounds happen with important moments to grab the viewer's attention.

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