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Semitotics and Language

By August 24, 2012No Comments

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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