Designing sound recordings by planning for the effective use of language and semiotics contained therein is covered in this article dealing with philosophical concepts. The idea of a “signifier” and the “signified” (observer and object of observation) are covered here, as well as the importance of their distinct identities and functions in a setting.
Some good points. Read in full:
Ideas in Sound Design: Semitotics and Language – Part 1
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