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
Azimuth is the vertical alignment in the plane of the tape path along the record and playback heads of a tape machine or mag dubber. Azimuth issues are timing issues due to the alignment of the tape against the head. Before recording or playing back tape or film, azimuth adjustment is applied
Backgrounds or ambience refers to atmospheric sound. In post production terms, ambience can be the inherent noise of a location or a sound effect sweetener meant to emulate the inherent sound of a location (i.e., wind, air conditioning, or traffic).