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The History of Cinema Sound in Infographics: From ‘The Jazz Singer’ to ‘Gravity’

The History of Cinema Sound in Infographics: From 'The Jazz Singer' to 'Gravity'

This infographic from Dolby documents the
development of cinema sound technology from some of the first scratchy
sounds in the earliest “talkies” nearly 90 years ago to the stereo era of the 1970s and finally, to the incredibly rich audio of current
films like “Gravity,” which features Dolby Atmos sound.


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The Little Tramp

And yet the form remains first and foremost a visual one; secondarily, a narrative one.

All this attention paid to the sound experience, but what's awesome about the best movies remains just as awesome if the sound is played back through an AM radio speaker.

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