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Sound Effects In fantastIc Mr.Fox
Transcript of Sound Effects In fantastIc Mr.Fox
By Rebecca lawlor
This project focuses on how sound effects help you to know whats going on even when a charachter is off-screen
No.1 mr. Fox's ears
When the farmers are waiting to shoot Mr.Fox, Mr.Fox hears them in the bushes. To show this, Anderson added in a zoom shot of Mr.Fox's ears amd played radar-beeping sounds to show the likeness of Mr.Fox's ears to human technology.
NO.2 KRISTOFERSON'S INTAKE OF BREATH
Though it may sound strange, right before Kristoferson dives he takes in a breath of air. This was used to show how much concentration he was putting into the jump.
NO.3 MR.FOX KILLS THE CHICKENS
When Mr.Fox kills the chickens in the 'Master Plan' scene, the camera moves down to under the chicken's coop. The only way we know what Mr.Fox is doing is by a few falling feathers and Mr.Fox's growling.
NO.4 THE CRATE SMASHES
Ash tries to rescue Kristoferson resulting in him plunging off a table in a crate.However, when the crate smashes it is offscreen.We know it smashed because of the sound effect and Kristoferson's yell proceding it.
NO.5 THE WOLF
Really here there is no sound effect at all, really it's the absence of sound altogether that keeps the viewer on edge about the scene, the only sound is awe-inspiring music in the background which helps you feel more in the scene.