Disney "Sounds"

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by Amy » Oct Thu 14, 2010 2:00 pm

Mousekedude wrote:What would be really cool is if all of us could get in the same car again, and all sit together for one picture! We'll have to try it.
Yup! We need lots of evidence of the mayhem we are going to cause!!
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boilerbabe wrote: Yes, I would also like for all of us to get in the same car for Rockin Roller Coaster!!! 8-)
I love that sound, on Rockin Roller Coaster, when you hear the countdown before you blast off "3, 2, 1!"
OH, YEEEAAAHHHH....!!!!
I've tried to count down along with Steven Tyler, but my vocal chords couldn't take it..... can't do that high-pitched screech of his. :shock: :lol:
Sounds like we can use b-babe for the high-pitched screech :lol:

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by boilerbabe » Oct Thu 14, 2010 2:03 pm

I can try my best Amy! :D
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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by leblanan » Dec Fri 17, 2010 11:39 am

The roller coaster countdown is a great one. My personal favorite is being far away and still hearing that train whistle. You're so close it just makes you feel good.
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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by dichuy » Dec Fri 17, 2010 12:03 pm

Great thread!

I love the sound of the old/original Monorail doors--when they pushed that black button on the outside and they all popped open, and then the sound of a CM slamming each of the doors closed by hand. And I agree with someone further back on this thread--being at the Magic Kingdom entrance and the sound of the Monorail shoooshing overhead--priceless. But I think the ultimate sound is the train whistle and bell clanging as it pulls into Main Street. It doesn't have the same impact at the other train stops as Main Street does (and mixed with the smells of the popcorn! Oh my!).
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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by Mousekedude » Dec Fri 17, 2010 12:42 pm

My new favorite Disney sound: the voices of all my fellow Mayhem Marauders laughing and living it up as we share good times together at WDW. I'll never forget that sound...

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by Amy » Dec Fri 17, 2010 1:11 pm

Mousekedude wrote:My new favorite Disney sound: the voices of all my fellow Mayhem Marauders laughing and living it up as we share good times together at WDW. I'll never forget that sound...
Awww! That's a good one...
I kept track of some of my favorites this time...first one is...the sound of the 3d glasses being dropped into the bins :D

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by elizabethswann » Dec Sat 18, 2010 2:02 am

The horn from the tram after the Cast Member says "Driver, we're all clear".

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by Amy » Dec Sat 18, 2010 6:49 am

elizabethswann wrote:The horn from the tram after the Cast Member says "Driver, we're all clear".
That's one thing I miss by staying on property ~ riding the tram :( I always thought it was so cool when I was little to be on something that had that many cars and was powered by such a tiny engine car :shock: :D

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by mindflipper » Dec Sat 18, 2010 9:59 am

Amy wrote:
elizabethswann wrote:The horn from the tram after the Cast Member says "Driver, we're all clear".
That's one thing I miss by staying on property ~ riding the tram :( I always thought it was so cool when I was little to be on something that had that many cars and was powered by such a tiny engine car :shock: :D
But when its really cold - like it was on your trip - being inside a warm resort bus is preferable than sitting on an open-air tram freezing as the cold wind chills you to the bone... :( :wink:

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by Amy » Dec Sat 18, 2010 11:29 am

mindflipper wrote:
Amy wrote:
elizabethswann wrote:The horn from the tram after the Cast Member says "Driver, we're all clear".
That's one thing I miss by staying on property ~ riding the tram :( I always thought it was so cool when I was little to be on something that had that many cars and was powered by such a tiny engine car :shock: :D
But when its really cold - like it was on your trip - being inside a warm resort bus is preferable than sitting on an open-air tram freezing as the cold wind chills you to the bone... :( :wink:
Well, I suppose...I can tell you from experience that the TTA at night in 20-something degree weather isn't a bright idea :roll:

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by momeja » Dec Sat 18, 2010 4:58 pm

Amy wrote:I can tell you from experience that the TTA at night in 20-something degree weather isn't a bright idea :roll:
Much as I love the TTA, that does sound a little brisk - rather like riding BTMRR 3x in a row in similar weather, which I did once with the kids. Wonder why we were able to ride it 3x in a row without getting off. "Hang onto your hats and glasses, folks, 'cause this here's the coldest ride in the wilderness..." :roll:

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by MadEye » Dec Sat 18, 2010 7:24 pm

Amy wrote:I can tell you from experience that the TTA at night in 20-something degree weather isn't a bright idea :roll:
Can't be any worse than riding the trams in the parking lots. Just ride backwards and if you have a hood, put it up.
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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by Amy » Dec Sun 19, 2010 7:55 am

MadEye wrote:
Amy wrote:I can tell you from experience that the TTA at night in 20-something degree weather isn't a bright idea :roll:
Can't be any worse than riding the trams in the parking lots. Just ride backwards and if you have a hood, put it up.
But then you can't see where you are going :( Only where you have been...

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by elizabethswann » Dec Sun 19, 2010 4:07 pm

Just keep a lookout in the side mirror!

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by Amy » Dec Mon 20, 2010 7:32 am

elizabethswann wrote:Just keep a lookout in the side mirror!
Mine must have been side-swiped by mindflipper when they were on the TTA ~ mine didn't have a side mirror :(
;)
(Good one ms.swann! :lol: )

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