11:09:48 PM Jan 31st 2017
The (only, as of right now) example in the Advertising section seems like a... not-example. It reads:
- It is common practice for closed captioning to caption sound effects as well. There is a Windex ad in which the mother cleans a window with Windex to let the sun shine in and wake up her kids. The kids rush out while the mother smirks — because it's Saturday. Her smirk is captioned as "(mother smirks)".
02:41:24 PM Jan 3rd 2017
I'm new here and don't know what I'm doing. Could somebody who does add "Un-omatopoeia" to the "also known as" list?
08:41:59 AM Apr 10th 2012
Removing creepy example here, since I'm not sure whether it should be deleted or not.
01:29:45 AM Jan 14th 2014
Hi, I'm looking for the picture or the page with the unsound effect "shiiiin" (the sound of silence) in the Mahou Sensei Negima! (Magister Negi Magi) - manga. Is there somebody how can help to find it (in which issue, year, ...) or who knows how to find ? I'm sound artist and want to work with unsound effects .... best -g- see: The Mahou Sensei Negima! manga does this a lot. Of course, this is probably due to the translators being very faithful to the original; during a silent scene you'll see the giant "shiiiin" kana with tiny English "the sound of silence" written underneath.