Subjective sounds; physical and/or mental interior of a character
They can be objective or subjective.
Objective = breathing, heartbeat, etc… physiological sounds.
- Audience use backtracking in order to comprehend the change in the narrative context
- Narrative or visual information need to be sufficient either in terms of time or in amount for it to stay understandable
Subjective = mental sounds, memories, voices, etc…
- Also called proliferation; conventions of subjective remembrance often used with reverberation
- Might require an extra amount of time to get the full extent of narrative