Studying Sound: A Theory and Practice of Sound Design (The MIT Press)
An introduction to the concepts and principles of sound design practice, with more than 175 exercises that teach readers to put theory into practice.
This book offers an introduction to the principles and concepts of sound design practice, from technical aspects of sound effects to the creative use of sound in storytelling. Most books on sound design focus on sound for the moving image. Studying Sound is unique in its exploration of sound on its own as a medium and rhetorical device. It includes more than 175 exercises that enable readers to put theory into practice as they progress through the chapters.