On the sound design of magic in Harry Potter.
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i kinda wish the killing curse had been just one word i think having Avada kadavra be the words to the death curse is too long and way too close to abracadabra which makes it sound corny and laughable I mean if you think about it if you were a wizard who heard the first word of that spell "Avada...!" suddenly get yelled out you would immediately know what was coming and attempt to defend yourself however if it had been just one word it would take less time meaning your opponent has less time to react and dodge thereby increasing your chance to hit them. if the sell had been something like Morte, Muerte or even Thanatos which are all words meaning "death" its short and sweet and gives a clearer understanding of the spells point where as Avada Kadavra is really just gibberish. i don't know but this is just my opinion.
I love this video! It is intriguing that just pure sound effect design play a big role in how people feel and makes the fight seen very powerful.
I just watched your another video about harry potter and both of the videos inspired me to look into filming more seriously.
I love this video! I watched it a while ago but just rediscovered it while preparing for an exam I'm taking in two days lol. I'm taking an elective about film and music / sound design will be a big part of our exam so this will be a great help!
While I feel every video you make impresses me with a new perspective and i'm truly grateful for the quality of depth you immerse yourself in each topic, i'd appreciate you more if you'd use your channel to also introduce your audience to quality not so popular pieces of art. The ones that have the true focus of educating the public and we seem to be consistently attracted to entertainment for the sake of entertainment. It would be a silly quote : "With great power comes great responsibility" but somehow very few people in entertainment take this idea seriously or address it. Productions like "Different kinds of rain" , "Kidding", "Black mirror" shock with amazing storytelling and many layers of depth. I can imagine you have many interests and an endless list of topics to cover, however, you've got our attention. How will you use this power? Is it just informative or are you actually trying to make an impact? Are you trying to ignite a change in how we perceive filmmaking? Are you trying to Inspire new filmmakers to educate the masses? Inspire them to be bold. Inspire them to use the time we dedicate to them in a meaningful way. Maybe you're not aware of this but out of 800K views at least 10 of them are aspiring filmmakers, maybe one will steal 2 hours of our time in a meaningful way.
I know, this is hard to match with your general type of content. You mostly comment or narrate, but especially in this one I'd wish, there were longer cuts between you talking and the sound effects, aswell as more generous cuts in general and not cuing them up one after another. Leave some space. And talk less. Let us listen, since we can't watch sounds.
For the first time I disagree with the nerdwriter. the movies were a complete disaster for anyone who was a fan of the books. daniel radcliffes casting was a blunder. voldemort looked more ridiculous than intimidating. the sound design was a complete failure, so was the art direction. j k rowling was a total sellout to let other people pollute and corrupt her creative vision like this. sad and disappointed.
I love the sounds they created over the years on the films, I'm a big sound and visual person so the evolution of the films has come a long way in terms of the styles they created. Thank you for making this Harry Potter sound video, it was an unexpected treat.👌🤓⚡❤
still am convinced alfonso's interpretation was a game changer to H P that took it up to an eleven , it brought me to that franchise to begin with and made me curious about the books which I loved!.
David's interpretation drove me away from it again and he am so disappointed again and again.
This video by the CBC (Canada’s equivalent of PBS) explains a lot about Free-Range Kids!
What is “Free-Range Kids”? You have been dubbed “America’s Worst Mom” by the media. How did you earn this title? Were you a Free Range kid? How can you tell if a kid IS “Free-Range”? What prompted you to found the Free Range Kids movement? What is a helicopter parent? Why were our parents different from today’s parents? Your new book has a section titled “The A-Z review of everything you might be worried about” in which you debunk many parental fears. Did you come across any particularly outrageous parental concerns? You’ve offered readers a number of “Free Range Commandments,” one of which is “Fail!” But we don’t want our kids to fail…do we?
You are raising your kids in New York City, is it harder to be a Free Range parent in the city? You have experienced the media from all angles, as a newspaper columnist, a news consumer and most recently as the sensational subject of a media storm. Has your view of the media changed as a result of this? What should we do to liberate our kids without going crazy with worry? What is “Free-Range Kids”? Free-Range Kids is a commonsense approach to parenting in these overprotective times. You have been dubbed “America’s Worst Mom” by the media. How did you earn this title? In 2008, I let my then-9-year-old ride the subway by himself. He’d been asking us — my husband and me — to please take him someplace and let him find his way home by himself. So my husband and I discussed this. Our boy knows how to read a map, he speaks the language and we’re New Yorkers. We’re on the subway all the time.That’s how it came to be that one sunny Sunday, after lunch at McDonald’s, I took him to Bloomingdales — and left him in the handbag department.I didn’t leave him unprepared, of course! I gave him a map, a MetroCard, quarters for the phone and $20 for emergencies. Bloomingdale’s sits on top of a subway station on our local line, and it’s always crowded with shoppers. I believed he’d be safe. I believed he could figure out his way. And if he needed to ask someone for directions — which it turns out he did — I even believed the person would not think, “Gee, I was about to go home with my nice, new Bloomingdale’s shirt. But now I think I’ll abduct this adorable child instead.”