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Author Wissner, Reba, 1983-

Title We will control all that you hear : the Outer Limits and the aural imagination / by Reba A. Wissner.

Published Hillsdale : Pendragon Press, 2016.

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 UniM INTERNET resource    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 online resource (252 pages).
Series Music and Media Ser. ; v. Volume 3
Music and Media Ser.
Books at JSTOR Evidence Based Acquisitions
Contents Frontcover; Contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgements; 1: You Are About To Participate in a Great Adventure; 2: From Stoney Burke and One Step Beyond to The Outer Limits: Cue Reuses; 3: From a Soft Blur to Crystal Clarity: Orchestration and Sound Design; 4: The Scores of Dominic Frontiere and Robert Van Eps; 5: The Scores of Harry Lubin; Appendix 1: Episode Information; Appendix 2: Recording Session Information; Appendix 3: Internal Flowchart For The First Season of The Outer Limits; Works Cited; Index.
Summary From 1963-1965, The Outer Limits, an anthology television show co-created by Joseph Stefano and Leslie Stevens, was broadcast on ABC. Through the use of unconventional and newly invented instruments and household objects to produce unique sounds, the show not only looked different from most television of the time, but it sounded different as well. We Will Control All That You Will Hear: The Outer Limits and the Aural Imagination, discusses the use of music within the series, offering multiple readings of the ways that music is used. This book focuses not only on the ways that newly composed scores and stock music were utilized in the series, but also how the music enhances and interacts with what we see and hear onscreen.
Other author JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Outer limits (Television program : 1963-1965)
Television music -- History and criticism.
Electronic books.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
ISBN 9781576473269 (electronic bk.)
1576473260 (electronic bk.)
9781576472538 (hardback)