L'histoire du cinéma sonore est-elle seulement technique ? Une conférence de Claude Bailblé

Depuis le phonautographe de Léon Scott (1857), nombre d’inventions techniques en cascade (microphone, lampe triode, haut-parleur, modulateur optique…) finissent par se rencontrer en un seul dispositif : le cinéma sonore des années 1930. Commence alors l’exploration des possibilités expressives de la monophonie, que d’autres progrès technologiques (l’enregistrement magnétique, la caméra silencieuse, le montage et mixage multipistes) viennent faciliter.

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