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The Art of Horror and Sonic Pattern Recognition

By Jacob Oller What’s that thump? It’s like some sort of tell-tale heart. ound is the most important factor in horror movies. Jump scares would be nothing without a violin’s shriek accompanying them. But how do they work? Daniel Cockburn, working with the BFI, creates a video essay designed to scare us with, well, design. By training audience’s […] The article The Art of Horror and Sonic Pattern Recognition appeared first on Film School Rejects.
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