Actors are often typecast due to the roles we consistently see them play. It becomes problematic for them to adapt to or be seen as another character outside of the genre they traditionally play. This is because the actor and the characters they often play become one in the same. The sound of their voice is instantly seen as comedic or serious in nature. Provide me with a current talent or one from the past who has been type casted due to the roles they often play.
Why should music never compete with the vocal or dialogue track in a film?
Define the distinction between Foley and sound effects by providing specific examples of both
When editing, why do we lay down ambient or room sound in a production?
*How does poorly presented sound take us away from the false reality of film and force the audience to consider its flaws?