How was Lord Vader's breathing sound effect created?
Since Vader had to be on certain machines in his suit just to stay alive, his breathing sound is created due to him breathing through a machine. Anyone who breathes through a machine will have a mechanical-like sound to their breathing
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If you smoke your heart is pumping twice as hard to pump blood around the body. Your lungs will go to a tar colour the more you smoke. You will get shortness of breath and hard coughing putting pressure on your lungs.
When it gets colder what happens? Your body tries to keep itself at98.6 F. This is called homeostasis or internal regulation. In orderfor that to happen, your body must pump blood faster through yourveins to keep your extremities at 98.6F As your pulse increases,the need for oxygen also increases si…nce your lungs transfer oxygento the blood. This rule makes it almost impossible to hold yourbreath for long periods of time in cold water. Without breathingyour body cannot transfer oxygen to your muscles. In the cold, thisis exceptionally important so your cells dont die. If you jump intoa cold pool, youll notice that youll inhale deeply and at a quickpace. The inverse can be said about warmer temperatures. If you were in ajacuzzi, you might notice your breathing slowing down. This is whywarm water is a traditional use for relaxation. Your muscles dontgo cold, so there is less need to get high amounts of oxygen tothem. Here is a test: 1. put your hand in ice water for a minute and thentry and move it afterwards. What did it feel like? 2. Put the samehand, after it has warmed back up, into warm water. bring it outand try and move it. what did it feel like? When temperature increases, breath rate decreases and vice versa...Simple ( Full Answer )
Effects on your beathing rate from exercise includes ; fasterpulses, quicker breathes and longer breathes. The longer or faster you exercise determines on the struggle youput to ur body, By pushing yourself to the max your body will bepumping faster and making you breathe much faster to get the airt…hrough your body. It also depends on what type of exercise you do eg. Aerobic orAnarobic. Aerobic is a long exercise where you test your body in alonger time period eg. Cross-country, Football, Marathon and Rugbyetc. Anarobic is a short exercise where you can spring or quicklychange the angle of your body in a short period of time eg.100-Metre Race, Football - To catch up to a opposing player,Cricket - To run to the opposite crease and Baseball - To run roundthe pitch and get a home run! All these can effect your breathing rate, but these can vary by thepersons ( Full Answer )
Wheezing, coughing, all around lack of oxygen to your lungs. Until you have an attack, you don't know just how much work it takes to breathe.
Additional body mass generally means higher oxygen requirement, butupper body mass can restrict the expansion of the lungs, decreasingthe volume of air that enters with each breath. So since moreoxygen is needed, and less oxygen is inhaled, breathing rategenerally increases.
The sound of the TIE fighter in Star Wars was created by modifying and stretching the sound of an elephant's trumpet.
Proper exercise will improve both. This is a better answer: we breath in more oxygen and we have to respire quickly. Our heart has to pump the oxygenated blood around around our body faster and take the deoxygenated blood to the lungs to get the carbon dioxide out.
It can be very dangerous. See this health buletin... http://www.michigan.gov/documents/cis_wsh_cet5025_90105_7.doc it really does not effect the people okay
A doctor can tell if a person has abnormal breath sounds bylistening with a stethoscope. This is often seen in people withCOPD or asthma.
well you usually will start to feel real lightheaded or dizzy and then usually the lights go out (pass out or faint)
It turns out Harrison Ford was trying out the bull whip, crackingit near a mic while being recorded. In one take, the pop blows airinto the mic, causing a distortion. Usually these kind of distortedsounds are thrown away, but the sound designer of the movie BenBurtt liked that a lot for its energy.
\nfirst off it stinks. \n. \nother effects could be gagging accompanied by purging.\n. \nthe air may have airborne allergens and possible fecal matter wich may be inhaled.
What effects does the common cold have on breathing? The answer to this question can vary. Since the common cold is a type of virus (generally speaking), it's symptoms can manifest in different ways. It can predominantly affect one or more areas or it's presence can seem to affect multiple areas eq…ually. For instance, you can have a common cold that manifest as a stuffy or runny nose (as one of the symptoms, which could be the main problem) and this would certainly affect one's ability to breath normally. The common cold could manifest as congestion in the chest area and this could most certainly affect one's ability to breathe normally. It could manifest as a consistent cough which could affect breathing. The common cold have any or all of the above symptoms simultaneously for which the affect on breathing would most certainly be present. So, in summary, the common cold effects, relating to breathing, could manifest as a runny and or stuffy nose, persistent cough, sore throat, or congested chest area (sometimes affecting the lungs) or any combination of the aforementioned, all of which could affect breathing to some degree. ( Full Answer )
The higher you go in altitude the less oxygen O2 there is in the air. As such it becomes harder to breath without "acclimating" to that elevation. Above 8,000 meters the human body begins to die without assisted breathing apparatuses. Even those only delay the process of decay. Extreme increases …in elevation over a short period of time can also cause numerous bad medical effects. Including pulmonary edema and cerebral edema both of which can be fatal. ( Full Answer )
Breathing is not possible in space. Except inside a space suit or other container filled with gas atsignificant pressure. But then you're not actually breathing "in space".
The entire course of the book is a direct consequence of there being no adults to organise things or act as restraining influences.
That is a matter of personal preference. I think that it worked, at the very point were the savagery of Jack's tribe had almost reached its murderous conclusion we are suddenly reminded that they are, afterall, just young boys, capable of tears. The irony of the ending is that they are saved from co…mmiting violence on Ralph by an officer in the navy of a country which is probably still at war. ( Full Answer )
it will increase your breathing rate because the lung compliance (ability of lung to expand) will be decreased.
How is the effect scale created when Frodo and Gandalf are riding in the wagon in the movie lord of the rings?
Frodo is actually sitting a ways back in the cart from Gandalf, but because the seats they are on are not actually shown and compared, and the side of the cart is the same, the audience gets the effect that Frodo is just smaller, and not actually sitting back.
Pure hydrogen gas contains no oxygen so asphyxia is a possibility (causing dizziness possibly leading to unconsciousness and ultimately death due to insufficient oxygen reaching the brain). Hydrogen forms explosive mixtures with air or oxygen, so the possibility of ignition makes inhaling hydrogen v…ery hazardous (would you want your lungs to look like an exploding hydrogen balloon?). Industrial hydrogen may be contaminated with other gases depending on its source and some of these could be harmful (carbon monoxide for example). A mixture of hydrogen and oxygen called hydreliox is used in very deep diving (500-700m) to avoid nitrogen narcosis (the dissolution of nitrogen in blood due to high pressure). Some mixtures also contain helium. I believe the mixture must be handled with extreme care since it is explosive. ( Full Answer )
In motion picture and television production, a sound effect is a sound recorded and presented to make a specific storytelling or creative point without the use of dialogue or music. The term often refers to a process applied to a recording, without necessarily referring to the recording itself.
If you mean smoking cigarettes, Oh my, the list goes on and on. Lung Cancers Skin wrinkle speed up and build up Lung disease Difficulty breathing Coughing Wheezing Lungs look shriveled and black Horrible odor yellow teeth tooth decay
Damaged alveoli effect breathing because they are like little air sacs which take the air into the lungs. They are the lining of the lungs and they are the things that hold the oxygen in the lungs. If they are damaged, they cannot hold any oxygen, so the lungs cannot hold as much oxygen
It depended on the sound effects. Often they were made using thereal deal. For example, we know that the sound of a cannon was madeby firing a real cannon (this is what led to the Globe Theatre fireof June 29, 1613). A "flourish of trumpets" was made using realtrumpets.
With a whistle. There are two-note whistles which imitate the call of a cuckoo. Slide whistles can also be used. Whistle technology was pretty advanced in Shakespeare's day-- one of their favourite musical instruments was a recorder, which is a type of whistle.
The higher up you are, the harder it is to breath because there is less oxygen in the air.
Well Vader's suit was like a "portable life support system." And one thing I know, when someone is on a ventilator facemask, their breathing has a mechanical effect to its sound because you are breathing through a machine. And since Vader is breathing through a machine, his breathing makes a mechani…cal sound. ( Full Answer )
Somebody will hear it and possibly respond, an avalanche could happen, or somebody could find you. There are many effects.
Not much. If you inhale a lot maybe just a feeling of light headedness. In that case go somewhere with fresh air and ventalate the area you sprayed. Directly copied from the MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET "INHALATION: High concentrations may cause nasal and respiratory irritation and central nervou…s system effects such as headache, dizziness and nausea. May aggravate existing respiratory conditions such as asthma. Intentional abuse may be harmful or fatal." ( Full Answer )
The same things that effect your breathing. Shortage of Oxygen caused by impurities (poisons) in its water (your air). Too much heat which reduces the amount of available oxygen. Stress, fright, flight etc. All the preceding will cause a form of panting (rapid breathing).
Computer sound animation was used during the making of Chewbacca's voice. This software is often used in movies that require creatures such as Wookiee's. I'm not sure if they used a specific one or if George Lucas used one of his own.
In motion picture and television production, a sound effect is a sound recorded and presented to make a specific storytelling or creative point without the use of dialogue or music. I'm a professional Hollywood sound editor and I use Sounddogs.com for all my SFX needs, you can find virtually any …sound effect there. ( Full Answer )
Anakin had built a different lightsaber that was red so he became Darth Vader. Luke used his first one.
Well, it's obvious that it makes you have a hard time breathing here is why. It is because your lungs are most likely irritated. And that the mucus is clogging up your nostrils and throat. It is not harmful but irritating.
Look, listen, and feel.... if you see rise and fall of the chest, hear breath sounds, and feel inhalation/exhalation... or if the patient isn't blue anymore, is now awake... etc. :-)
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Depends. If you fractured your Upper Atherioutous then it isdangerous to your health. It can stimulate Agonate Cells that mayhave links to cancer. You should probably go the the clinic asap.
The mechanoreceptor reflex is composed of the inflation reflex and the deflation reflex. The inflation reflex limits the duration of inspiration in response to stretching the walls of the lungs. The deflation reflex stimulates inspiration when the lungs are collapsed. Mechanoreceptor reflexes are in…significant during quiet respiration but they are very important during forced respiration. The mechanoreceptor reflex makes sure your brain knows when to stop breathing and start breathing, basically. . ( Full Answer )
Sound-on-film has existed since 1927, but it has only been in a digital format since around 1992. Disney films created before then (like all other sound films) recorded the sound effects and music on analog media. It was synchronized onto the film strips using either magnetic (just like a cassette t…ape) or optical (usually the RCA Photophone) formats. Most 35mm films still include an RCA Photophone track, in case the theater is not equipped to run digital sound or the digital equipment fails. ( Full Answer )
Exercise affects your breathing through many different ways. Depending on the type of exercise (e.g. long distance, or sprinting) it could change the type of breathing that occurs. For example, for short, fast running distances, you will switch to anaerobic respiration (glucose -> energy + lact…ic acid) Exercise also quickens your breathing rate, and you take longer, quicker breathes. If you exercise for a long time, your breathing rate will increase even more, until you are at your maximum uptake of oxygen/air. ( Full Answer )
No. The EA pair in breathe has a long E sound, and the final E isnot pronounced. (bree-th) In the noun breath, the EA has the short E sound (breth). How am I suppose to know I am asking you does it have a short e sound No. The EA pair in breathe has a long E sound, and the final E isnot pronounced. …(bree-th) In the noun breath, the EA has the short E sound (breth). ( Full Answer )
You should be able to see the persons chest rise and fall with each breath you give them along with feeling and hearing the air come back out with each breath. That is where you get "Look, Listen and Feel" for breathing. You are going to see and feel the same thing as if the person was breathing on …their own. You are just doing it for them. ( Full Answer )
Morphine can and does have an effect on breathing. The effects vary from each individual. A lot depends on a persons weight and the mg's taken and tolerance. What one can take safely could completely stop the respiration of another person.
when exercise,your body lacks o2 and has to much c02 and needs too get rid of it. this increases your breathing and heartbeat.
There is a limitation od Doppler's effect in sound. Doppler's effect is applicable provided if the relative velocity of the source and the listener is less than the velocity of sound.
The rapid drop in pressure inside a tornado could put stress on the lungs and make it harder to breathe. Additionally, some people may feel like they have trouble breathing if they are panicked.
Excercise DOES affect breathing while doing it. If you have asthma, you will need to be mindful of your breathing rate, for it can lead to an asthma attack. Usually about an hour after you end the excercise, your breathing will be entirely back to normal. ========== Did this answer help you, or… is it entirely correct? If not, you are welcome to improve it. ( Full Answer )
Breathing has a long "e" sound in the first syllable and a short "i" sound in the second syllable.
The two situations which can create a Doppler effect are when theobserver is in movement and when the observer is stationary.
We do not have a record of how such a sound effect might have been made, so the best we can do is to use our imaginations. I suspect that the musicians who played recorders (the use of recorders is noted in Hamlet) may have made whistling sounds with them.