How Does Chapter SimpsonSunday 5th of February 2012 01:24:59 AM
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Creating the episode is a lot more complicated than creating one with actors of flesh and bone, & quot; according to Mike Scully, producer of the series. There is long and expensive process to overcome since that appears the basic story idea until that idea comes to the television screens.
Create the 22 minutes that make up each episode is process that takes nine months and that has changed little since 1989. This process involves group of more than 300 people made up of writers, producers, animators, directoes, actors, technicians and many other components contributing his talents for the benefit of the final product. Most of the time happens by writing. Note that the most frequent word is rewriting. The principle is that nunc even episode is finished if it can be improved, and is one of the reasons for the long-term success of the series.
The creation of the episodes based on the following steps:
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13 Editing and mixing
14 Dubbing to the Spanish
In the early years of the series all of the writers together during weekend and reviewed the ideas of stories that were taking. These meetings do not exist today. The idea is brought now by writer (or writing team) to work the room. The whole team, consisting of 14 members who work together in the same room, working to turn that idea into usable argument establishes the basic structure of the episode and decides what ideas will be joined in same episode, who will have two separate frames.
From left to right: Mike Mendel, Colin ABVLewis, Jeff Goldstein, Al Jean, Conan O'Brien, Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, Mike Reiss, Ken Tsumara, George Meyer, John Swartzwelder, Jon Vitti, CJ Gibson, David M. Stern, Dee Capelli & amp; Lona Williams.
The writer take a few days and brings the screenplay. is sketch of the episode, a description of what happens scene by scene, before the script is written. The writing staff reviews written and first rewrite. Once the screenplay reaches its final form .
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The same writer leads the screenplay corrected and, after two weeks, gives the written script. This first sketch is full script, already with dialogues and all the formal requirements for recording the episode. But before following the script it is subjected to several rewrites by the whole team, and can be unrecognizable.
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English table read, is resource that use all television series, animated or not. The players the episode. This allows the writers know what works and what does not, and do more rewrites correcting what due. Actors make their contributions here and presented the objections which may have, which does not tend to be many. The current producer, Al Jean, says that the objections of the actors on the behavior of the characters are taken seriously as actors who most know their characters.
Names, from left to right:
Front row: Josh Lieb, Matt Warburton, Dana Gould, Joel H. Cohen.
The middle row: Ian Maxtone-Graham, Matt Selman, Tim Long, Al Jean, Carolyn ominous, Don Payne, John Frink.
Second row: Mike Scully, Max England, George Meyer, Mike Reiss, Andrew Kreisberg, David Mirkin, Marc Wilmore, Gammill Tom, Brian Kelley.
After more rewrites recorded audio track, on . This place between July and November, and every Monday actors attend the recording studio to play their roles. Screenwriterprincipal responsible for directing the actors during the recording, and is that they are all together even though this is not technically necessary.
If there is any guest can record along with actors or separately, there have been cases in which pair of producers went to another country to record guest (Paul McCartney recorded his participation at his home in England).
Very often, certain scenes of episode recorded more than once to ensure continuity in the tone of the dialogues. In addition, players have complete freedom to add their own vision and his spark to the dialogues, which causes a small change in the script.
AOnce assembled the basic audio track (without effects and music, with the voice of the actors) passed to the animation Studio (now Film Roman in Hollywood, in the first three seasons the Studio was Klasky Csupo, which now the series Rugrats). Here he begins to have real impact, director of the episode. The storyboard is often described as a kind of comic, but it is not so. is a guide on will be different levels or sequences of the episode, including information about camera movements, and sent it the writers and producers to review and approve. This process may take about four weeks.
Once approved the storyboard returned the storyboard to Film Roman where Design Department carries out a first animation very rudimentary in black and white to get the name of Animatic, which is a very preliminary version of what will be the episode and which already contains the camera angles that will have every sequence of the episode. contours in the basic poses with the audio track and can see are the voices and the script with proposed animation. This allows to rewrite again, almost for the last time, making changes in the script and also animation. The rewrite after the animatic done in the first two or three seasons, it is now part of the regular procedure.
For about eleven weeks, another Department of Film Roman (Camera Department), based on the revised Animatic responsible for a company in Korea (in the South), where the hora-hombre is cheaper. There added allthe drawings of intermediate, knowing .
Later, another Department (Color Design Department) deals mark the appropriate colors that will go in each sequence. The program uses a palette of only 200 colors to get that impression and so original feeling of the series. The first 13 seasons color done in Korea, painting animation cells by hand, as in that used to make classic cartoons. Currently should change to digital system. That is, drawings but the color is by computer. The reason for the change is that it is nearly not people to work in the old way, throughout the current animation digitally color due to the technical and economic advantages of these systems.
Two months later the episode returned.back to Los Angeles where the finishing touches given
There is no dubbing to the Spanish. Once called actors so they replace or add dialogs, which are still being rewritten, now with more limitations to be completed the animation.
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12. Sound effects
The episode with music sound effects, added in the same way added to any film or series live, with the difference that there is here not the slightest chance (still in the works live of)(this study is not very common).
13 Editing and mixing
Once assembled all the elements, is gather everything in the Edition. and . Once completed and approved this episode is ready to be delivered to Fox and broadcast.
After this we have the episode ready to display.
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Twice a year sends to Mexico half a season. The company responsible for dubbing, owned by Televisa, called Audio Futura. The pace of dubbing is approximately two episodes per day, . This part of the process does not account with the approval of the producers of the series, beyond that one of them (Jay Kogen) chose actors in 1991.