Subject: Re: vocal transformation in early film
From: kathy kennedy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Nov 20 2005 - 13:48:15 EST
Funny you should ask.
I was just watching "A Letter to Three Wives" an Oscar winner in
1949. In it there are 3 instances (dreamlike) where each wife is
listening to... 1) a leaky faucet with a vocoded message of her
unconscious that goes along with the drips of water. In another case,
its the wind, etc. But specifically vocoded voices are used!
On Nov 20, 2005, at 7:21 AM, Ian Chuprun wrote:
> Maybe I should rephrase...
> I am looking for works in both film and ea that demonstrate more
> than just a passing interest in vocal transformation through studio
> techniques _from_before_1950_.
> Symphonie pour un homme seul - Pierre Schaeffer - 1950 and
> Cinderella - Disney - 1950 seem to be the only two so far. I am
> sure there are others, but they seem to be well hidden.
> Kevin Austin wrote:
>> Charles Dodge: Any resemblance ...
>> And there is Herbert Eimert's Epitaph für Aikichi Kuboyama (1958
>> - 62).
>> At 17:38 -0800 2005/11/19, kathy kennedy wrote:
>>> Ian, Have you looked much into Charles Dodge? He did alot of
>>> stuff and fairly early.
>>> On Nov 18, 2005, at 3:14 PM, Ian Chuprun wrote:
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