Ornament Sound Experiments
The 1932 film Ornament Sound Experiments, created by experimental filmmaker Oskar Fischinger, utilized the optical sound track in a very unique way. Using precise graphical icons in place of the usual waveforms in the soundtrack area of the film, a "synthesized," or "pure" sound, as
A cross-fade is used to blend one piece of audio into another. During a cross-fade, the volume of the tail of one piece of audio gradually decreases, while the volume of the start of the next piece of audio gradually increases.
The Academy curve is a standard playback equalization curve for pre-1975 mono, non-Dolby® optical soundtracks. It functions as the second part of a noise reduction scheme that begins by adding a “pre-emphasis” to audio intended for theatrical playback by boosting its high frequencies. When