Cinema Without Image (CSI) is a sound creation exercise without visual support. It was purposely designed for cinema and audiovisual students, consequently, inspired and oriented by the audio workflow that usually makes up a film production. The authors believe that it is necessary to create pedagogical resources and experimental exercises which allows one to do creative sonic work, albeit led by a musical context and not sound design per se. This kind of context encompasses critical listening, sound manipulation practices, a phenomenological and empirical relationship with sound and, above all, a musical understanding of what one is producing and/or listening. This paper will describe and analyze the CSI exercise based on contributions by the professor and the students but, specifically, the authors will try to understand the (musical) impact that the CSI had on the students.
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