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Israel Bañuelos Loreto abstract


The exploration of this research is the effect of the sound design in a long take to reveal a powerful narrative structure. The research proposes a new term: rhizomatic sound design, which seeks to bind together the rhizome theory with the sound design practice. Analyzing the acoustic elements that configures the long take, the result of this research invites the team members of a film to apply the rhizomatic sound design concept in their own fields, to gain a deeper understanding of the cinematic language and acknowledge new ways to create the architecture of the narrative.