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Types Of Sound

11 Questions  I  By Clivecaines
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This quiz is design to help A level media students learn the variety of sound concepts that they will have to identify in a exam. The questions are based on the sound used in an episode of the BBC drama Waterloo Road but could have been altered to apply to any drama.  

  
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1.  We can tell that the music heard in the pregnancy scene is non diegetic because:
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2.  The music in the bedroom scene appears to be diegetic because:
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3.  The playground scene contains ambient sound because:
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4.  Waterloo Road’s theme tune is conventional for a drama because:
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5.  Asynchronous sound is the sound heard with the shouting in the establishing shots because:
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6.  The corridor scenes contain synchronous sound as:
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7.  The footsteps heard in the corridor scene can be identified as a sound effect because:
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8.  The dialogue heard in Waterloo Road indicates the power relationships:
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9.  Using the dialogue heard in Waterloo Road to indicate power relationships is done by:
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10.  The music in the playground scene becomes incidental because:
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11.  If Waterloo uses sound motifs there would be:
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