In light of the Friday post on Portland filmmaker Edd Blott, and the University of Oregon football team stepping up to #1 ranking in the AP poll over the weekend (how can you not pull for a team whose mascot is a duck?), I’m feeling in a very Oregon state of mind. So I went over to Portland filmmaker Kelley Baker’s website—Angry Filmmaker— to see what he was up to and found this video just posted a few days ago that shows the power of sound design.
Baker’s excercise is very effective in showing how sound works in the mind of the audience. And it’s a bit of a play of how Hitchcock explained the impact editing visuals can have on an audience.