The Hitchhiker Sound Analysis

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In “The HitchHiker” there were many different effects, such of sound effects, and music. I could tell that the noise created a better tone, and mood for the tale. Such as when Ronald’s vehicle stalled while directly located on a busy train track. As he was frantically trying to restart his car, you could hear the train whistle off in the distance. At first, it didn’t seem too much of a conflict, but as the train begins quickly catching up to the helpless Ronald, you could hear the whistle get louder, and more vigorous with it’s dinging, and clanging. You begin getting nervous, and the suspense takes over. Without the accomplice of the noise, it might have not been as exhilarating. So, I do believe that elements such as music, and sound effects
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