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However, if you're working on a sound stage, there are no bleachers and no audience. Instead, the laughing was added after filming at the mixing studio, where a technician and the producers collaborated to add the perfect balance of guffaws and laughs to fit the gags on screen.
The practice is known as "laugh replacement." Audiences tend to identify with actors' performances because they believe it to be real. If an actor appears to be having fun on camera, then viewers will also feel free to have a good laugh. But replacement laughs are never exactly the same as those delivered by real audiences; instead, they are approximations of the original sounds that are modified according to taste.
Replacement laughs can be natural or artificial. Natural replacements occur when people really do laugh out loud in amusement or delight. Artificial replacements are created by professionals who know how to match noises that appear on camera with the right kind of reaction from their actors.
For example, if someone says something funny, you might think about it and then burst into laughter yourself. Your friend probably didn't expect this response and may even wonder why you found his comment so amusing. This is a natural reaction and you would be correct if you said that you had just laughed out loud because it's true.
But what if nobody says anything funny? Then you would not laugh out loud because it's not true that you are amused.
Laughter noises are similar all across the world. The majority of laughter consists of H-sounds: ha, ho, hee. Other bouts of laughing may include vowel sounds. In fact, there is a whole branch of research devoted to the study of laughing and its physiological repercussions.
The sound of laughter is produced by vibrations of the chest and abdomen spreading to the mouth and nose. These vibrations are transmitted through the body to the surface where they are released as a sound. The sound of laughter is made up of three parts: high, mid-range, and low. Each part has its own frequency which can be described as the number of times that something vibrates per second. The high-pitched sound is called "screaming" or "crying", while the low-pitched sound is called "ho-humming". Between these two extremes is a range of frequencies that we can hear when listening to someone else laugh.
There are several reasons why understanding the different components of laughter is important. First of all, it helps us to identify what is funny and not funny about our surroundings. For example, if you hear screaming and moaning in the distance but cannot see anyone, this might mean that someone is getting hurt far away from home. Secondly, knowing how to make other people laugh can be very useful in social situations. For example, if you want to make friends with someone new, you could try to imitate their laugh.
Sound has an important part in providing as explication for this goal. With realistic sound effects like gunshots, doorbells, and telephones, sound can clearly notify audiences to what to expect on stage and assist them make that mental change swiftly and effortlessly. Sound effects can also be used to create specific moods or atmospheres within the theater, such as when thunder is heard prior to rain falling on a stage set in the desert, it creates tension and anticipation for the audience.
Additionally, sound effects help actors perform their roles more effectively. For example, if an actor needs to scream during a scene they will use the appropriate noise to bring out the character's emotions. There are many other examples where using effective sound effects can improve performances.
Finally, sound effects can add excitement to a performance. When guns go off on stage, or doors slam, this can get audiences up out of their seats and involved with the story being told.
So, sound effects can enhance a performance by informing the audience what to expect, helping the actors play their parts better, and exciting audiences enough to get them involved in the story.
Because there is a part of the brain known as the postcentral gyrus that when exposed to anything humorous, it "fills up," and there are only two methods to empty it (i.e., by laughing), but laughing has a maximum bandwidth, and striking something uses the secondary mechanism (i.e., excising the schäd).
The funny thing is that this behavior is completely normal and necessary for healthy mental function. Both parents fill their children's brains with humor during childhood, and when this happens there are never any serious thoughts about killing yourself or anyone else.
As humans become more intelligent, they need more serious thoughts. So when someone starts thinking seriously, they start hitting things.
This is because the same part of the brain that fills up with humor also processes pain. If you don't use your hands, you'll never build a civilization. That's why scientists often laugh themselves when making important discoveries.
As for ordinary people like you and me, we use our hands to laugh. That's why stupid people don't hit themselves when they laugh: They can't find their heads in time!
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When we laugh, the muscles between our ribs begin to contract in huge, powerful contractions. This causes us to expel air and generate a noise—each "ha ha ha" in a laugh represents one of these contractions. We don't do much else to shape the sound of laughter; it's a really simple manner of producing sound. But it's enough to tell us that someone is having fun if they are making a loud noise while doing so.
The reason why people honk when they're laughing is because of all the muscles surrounding their mouth and nose, the ones responsible for emitting sounds are also the ones that can be strong enough to break some glass if pressed hard enough. This is why when we laugh, we often feel like crying too; the effort it takes to produce such sounds is very strong.
People who know how to laugh understand this fact, which is why they tend to use more delicate instruments when trying not to cry: glasses, dishes, etc. The noise they make is therefore more likely to be heard by others than a big honk from the truck driver would be.
As you can see, laughing isn't just another way for your body to show joy; it's also an effective way of letting others know that you're having fun too. And since no one wants to be the only person not having any fun, most people will do whatever they can to join in the fun!