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The audiovisual language interprets reality and brings us closer to the direct experience by representing events or phenomena mostly like the same way as they are perceived in reality. The key of the audiovisual language is that the meaning of the message is the result of the interaction of the visual language (which evokes images, colours, textures and forms), and the sound language (where interfere the verbal communication, sounds, silence and music, placed deliberately inside a sequential context).
All those elements swiftly overlapped probably set up the most efficient media to broadcast information (cognitive nature). They build an affective message that causes several sensations to the receiver.

* Anonymous. (2005). Audiovisual language. Working Document of the Diploma in Cultural management and Audience Formation.

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