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Graduate Level Advanced Sound Design Sound Project - Purdue University


Written by William Shakespeare

Directed by Richard K. Thomas

Sound Design|Composition by Chris Carignan


This is a project from an advanced sound design class in which we study the principles of sound design for theatre and learn how to apply those principles to the real world. We analyze the play, compose a cue sheet, and write an overture in which we use to score the entire play. Below you will find my overture and a live performance of our cue sequence "Get Thee to a Nunnery."  

"Hamlet Overture"

Hamlet Overture - Chris Carignan
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"Get Thee to a Nunnery"

A scene from Shakespeare's Hamlet   

Sound Design|Composition by Chris Carignan

Hamlet, Martin Swoverland

Ophelia,  Malena Gordo

Get Thee to a Nunnery - Chris Carignan
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Cue Sequence Markers

A cue sequence is the order in which the cues will be played. This is how we can communicate to the director our ideas of the underscoring we plan to provide.

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