Theatrical speech

Speech having the purpose to inform spectators and affect other characters on dramatic and psychological levels.


  • Reveals context, as well as spatiality considering the recording method
  • Does not necessarily reveal any spatial cues but is usually affected by spatial signature
  • Main point of information on voccocentrist film, becomes the main point of focus
  • Magnetisation can back up the lack of spatial information to orientate the viewer in the diegesis

Related induced effect: Clear density; Sound balance

(Chion, 1999)

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