The movie I chose to examine with sound is the film "Jaws". I chose this film because it has one of the most famous sounds in it and this sound is produced by only two notes. The "duh-nuh" sound that is played when the shark is coming towards the boat or swimmers is a non-diegetic sound. It is not produced by something in the scene but is music that is played to trigger an emotion of fear. As the shark gets closer and closer the sound increases in speed and in intensity, forcing the audiences emotions to run faster and faster. The sound also becomes non literal because we don't see the instruments play in our minds with the music; the sound causes us to visualize danger coming and the shark, showing the importance of context in every scene. The outer orientation of this sound is indicating a specific situation; there is a shark in the water and it is coming closer and closer, or that danger is coming. Finally, the movie shows predictive sound as the music gets louder and louder when the shark gets closer and closer, you can assume something bad is about to happen just from the music.
The clip from Jaws I chose to show was one of the very first scenes when the girl goes swimming in the ocean and the shark comes. When she is first swimming the sound is very light and soft, but then as the shark slowly gets closer to her the sound gets more heavy and speeds up letting you know there is danger.