2 The Master of Sounds

The Master of Sounds

Posted on July 2, 2012 by team


Vladimir Popov (1889-1968) from Moscow was an actor and "a master of sounds". Her created machines producing sounds for theatre performances. Decide yourself if he succeeded or not.


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Noise of a train

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Noice produced by military units

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Horses eating oat

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Clank of tank tracks

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Frog

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Wind

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Heavy swords

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A car

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Tank noise

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Squeaking

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Driving a pile

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Squadron

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Cricket

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Plane engine

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Train whistle

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Hooves

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Dropper

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Dripping water

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Thunder

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Heavy shower

 

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2 Responses to “The Master of Sounds”

  1. vesse says:

    These “masters of sounds” are very common in film industry nowadays and are called foley artists. See more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foley_artist

  2. metafosforico says:

    Were these machines used during the silent film era? That would be quite impressive since most theaters just had a piano to play the score.

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