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TRILHA SONORA DA INTERFACE: DIÁLOGO, AMBIÊNCIA E EFEITOS SONOROS

INTERFACE SOUNDTRACK: DIALOGUE, AMBIENCE, AND SOUND EFFECTS

Carvalho, Luiz Roberto; Pereira, Alice Theresinha Cybis;

Artigo Completo:

O conjunto dos sons percebidos pelo ouvido humano numa apresentação multimídia pode ser definido como trilha sonora. Tradicionalmente utilizada no design de som de filmes e de games, a trilha sonora possui três categorias: diálogo, ambiência, e efeitos sonoros. Nos ambientes interativos, mais especificamente no ambiente web, a aplicação dos conceitos pertinentes à trilha sonora encontra dificuldades, tendo em vista a vasta subutilização e desvalorização dos elementos sonoros nessas plataformas. Para que se possa iniciar o desenvolvimento de um entendimento formal dos parâmetros que constituem o design de som nas IHC, o presente estudo objetiva expor as principais aplicações do som na interface, no que diz respeito às suas características de conteúdo, forma e função, que são manifestados através da utilização de diálogo, ambiência e efeitos sonoros. Dessa forma, busca-se sistematizar e simplificar o processo de criação, produção e implementação de sons nas interfaces.

Artigo Completo:

The set of sounds perceived by the human ear in a multimedia presentation can be defined as a soundtrack. Traditionally used in sound design for movies and games, the soundtrack has three categories: dialogue, ambience, and sound effects. In interactive environments, more specifically in the web environment, the application of concepts pertinent to the soundtrack encounters difficulties, due to the vast underutilization and devaluation of the sound elements in these platforms. In order to begin the development of a formal understanding of the parameters that constitute sound design in HCI, this study aims to expose the main applications of sound in interfaces, due to its characteristics of content, form and function, which are manifested through the use of dialogue, ambience and sound effects. This approach seeks to systematize and simplify the process of creation, production and implementation of sounds in interfaces.

Palavras-chave: Design de Interface, Trilha Sonora, Áudio Dinâmico,

Palavras-chave: Interface Design, Soundtrack, Dynamic Audio,

DOI: 10.5151/16ergodesign-0223

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Como citar:

Carvalho, Luiz Roberto; Pereira, Alice Theresinha Cybis; "TRILHA SONORA DA INTERFACE: DIÁLOGO, AMBIÊNCIA E EFEITOS SONOROS", p. 2144-2155 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2017.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/16ergodesign-0223

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