__________ when a person watches or looks for or finds a film + music
synchronicity their are particulare criteria.
assume their isnt.
what we know:
any song can be played along to any part of a film and
observers will say they were in or out of synch. one could set some average values
say a film is 100 minutes for argument sake say measuring in half seconds is a
practical evaluation. a half second margin of error isnt too
bad (alltho the acceptable margins of error in more
professional synching should be upwards of a 1/4, an 1/8 or a
1/10 of a second)
so say theres 12,000 half seconds of film on average. depending on what is synching the formulas are a lil
different when it comes to full album synchs, just
start with single songs.
(ok assume the few minutes we would have to synch to
a film is offset to itself in our average video length
variable V. its not like your gona start a synch with 1 second
left of movie. but also not with 1 second of song. its easeir
to just say its a loop and that any amount of song thats
before or past the start or end of the film is the same
position on the opposite side. so V is indeed V)
it doesnt matter 90 minutes 100 any exponential difference in
these variables based on runtime is smaller than the exponential improbabilites encountered
of the binary hypothetically unbiased model before you score
five points so, an arbitrary run time is addequate. get a grip
so why not. say the total possible number of positions = 1/6000you could do 1/5000. you could measure by the second. just get on with it.
Oh wait thats it right
there are 3 or 4 or 5 or 6000 thousand places to play a song to a
movie. that should tell us something right? so maybe a 1/5000 odds on a singularly correlated( by field error) intentional fim album synch. right. the probabilities ofthe hypothetical ntural would have to be close to that for the common synch to be a naturally occuring thing.(*nb excepting that a metered or proxy based modular type formate could be considered 'natural' interms of the natural mathematical realtionships of incremental data sets)
ok well its back to criteria. what makes anyone of these 6000
things a synch?
lets define some terms. a synch is a song played to a film
that has "synch events". A synch is generally contigent upon
having as little contridictory events or errors as well.
so lets look at the sych event
an event can be measured in time and maybe that gets you some
lets say our average song is 200 seconds. its easy. 3 minutes
20 seconds. so 400 half seconds
we can than say the average film has 6000 positions AND that
the average 1 song synch has 400 distictly measurable events
or moments of play. in order to be a synch some of these events have to be
significant and most have to be good and mostly not bad.
______________________________________________ so start again with the original synch formula
S = AxV - PCB/SCB
where S = the amount of time of viable synch playback, which
is equal to A the Audio length times V the video length, minus
what is disqualified by a personal or standard confirmation
( the basictenant of error theory) which says ANY possibility is infact in synch UNLESS it
is DISQUALIFIED by a personal or standard confirmation bias.
As counterinuitive as it seems it is simpler to say 'what
makes NOT a synch'. but how can this lend itself to the
hypothetical natural when its detemined by the PCB/SCB? again you might as well be looking into the probabilities of the bias itself.
but assume there is a heaven and for probability purposes its
possibile to have a song that plays at anypoint in a movie and
still seems synchronized if not intentional to the observer.
So the Confirmation Bias Formula, or ERROR THEORY, says that
if you think its synchs" = everything minus "if you think it
it synchs or it doesnt, and whos to say? especially in a hypotheticall unobsereved environment. thats why yhe assumtion of equality in the unbiased natural is a fair baseline for comparison before you can begin to evenspeculate as to weather synch events are naturally common, engineered, or are the byproduct or recidual sideeffect of metered or intervalaic systems.
forget word frequencies and language patterns and cultur and
mood all the other minutia of things one might think could
influence a synch.
just say that for the hypothetical natural, theres no
accounting for why an event may be significant nor weather it
is positive of negative if it is. It only suggests that the
probability of a type is only dpentandt on the number of types
exctly because it cant be dependant on anything else.
So mun = sig because mun + sig = all and 'all' has a unified lack of bias in itself, so its
componentn parts must also.
sig = (pos + neg) for the same reason.
weather we like it or not this is the only fair place to
stand. but wait thats only 3 categories! well call it mun = mun1 + mun2. maybe mun1 is when 2 things
dont mean shit and mun2 is an event where the audio offers no
relevant data to correlate.
either way the probabilty here is the same there are 4
categores determining probabilty of what any event might be:
50% mun 25% sig pos 25% sig neg
this is the assertion of the hypothetical natural. the reason
it is usefull is becaus it will give us a comprable baseline
to compare to other probability models.
since we have defined a synch interms of sync events in a set
of total events disqualified by errors we can formulate a
baseline probability for the number of positive synch events
as well as a lack of errors. this can tell us the
hypothetically natural improbability of a synch based on the
number of error free positive events. does this really make
remember our song has about 200 event moments
Of course one could define a significant, positive event as a
literal correlary ie the same word. this interactions happen
in fields of events and thats ok, look at what has been
of the 400 events, 200 are significant, 100 are positive and
100 are negative.?
thats doesnt seem right. isimply because some sync points take more than an instant to happen but most of them are instant. and theres not 100 of them! kinda makes you think about that old MTV 6 second attention span standard...
so what is being counted counting? if a word or a drum synchs its only for as long as its being said or played. instantaneous...
how much time is in synch? or how many events seem
How often can a person count or notice a synch event anyway?
if a song says "
" for a moment but the movie is blue for a
minute how much is that?
whats the average number of words in a song got to do with it?
and what does the potentiality of a singular postition have to do with the potentiality of the whole field? surely a a song with the name of the character in the movie has a higher chance of at least that corelarry right?
What if we are lineing up beads instead?
if yur listening to sunglasses at night and the guy in the
movie is wearing sunglasses at night the entire time what is
Perhaps we can leave out the positives of the hypnat using
In otherwords we have concluded that the odds of everything in a sync being right = to the odds of nothing happening at all? perhaps not.
perhaps its expontentially imrprobaly based on the number of errors consecutivly avoided.
so theres a song playing to a movie.
(perhaps sig and mun intervalwise have to be adjusted to reflect the rate of
information observed by the obserervor.)
if any hypnat event is 25% error? are there typically 100
errors a song? no.
look at the literal coerrilary itself:
nothings goin on and then something in the song and the movie
is the same. it hapens over and over in a good synch.
even if you could calculate the probabity of non-error i mean
jesus probability doesnt begin to define a synch...
but try again anyway.
if the hypnat pos and neg are assumed to be the same rate then we can count a neg for each pos we count!
1 pos = 25% chance if for every positive ther is a neg than! 3/4 of the pos are non error
if P is the number of positives in an error free synch