Disney "Sounds"

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by TTA Traveler » Mar Tue 22, 2011 10:44 am

I think my favorite sound(s) throughout Walt Disney World are the loud sea breeze you hear in rides such as Pirates of the Caribbean. You know, as you're going through the queue line or right before you hit that waterfall. It's so soothing, I love it!

And I love the announcer over the intercom throughout Tomorrowland Transit Authority. The guy who talks in a monotone voice: "Now approaching Mickey's Star Traders.." :)

Another favorite is on Space Mountain when you're waiting in line and there is that 'whistle' you hear. Not sure how to describe that. But I love it!
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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by metark » Mar Tue 22, 2011 10:58 am

One of my favorite sounds is to hear Jack Wagner say "Remain seated please; permanecer sentados por favor." This became a fun little exchange between my daughter and I because a while back I was trying to say it and completely messed it up the Spanish part. In laughing about it, it somehow morphed into "tarimisu tacos por favor." Strange I know, but this always brings a smile to us as we look back. By the way, tarimisu tacos are not on the menu at Disneyland nor anywhere else that I have seen...

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by Amy » Mar Tue 22, 2011 11:21 am

metark wrote:One of my favorite sounds is to hear Jack Wagner say "Remain seated please; permanecer sentados por favor." This became a fun little exchange between my daughter and I because a while back I was trying to say it and completely messed it up the Spanish part. In laughing about it, it somehow morphed into "tarimisu tacos por favor." Strange I know, but this always brings a smile to us as we look back. By the way, tarimisu tacos are not on the menu at Disneyland nor anywhere else that I have seen...
tarimisu tacos por favor :lol: That's a great one! I don't think they would taste good though ;)

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by metark » Mar Tue 22, 2011 2:48 pm

Amy wrote:
metark wrote:One of my favorite sounds is to hear Jack Wagner say "Remain seated please; permanecer sentados por favor." This became a fun little exchange between my daughter and I because a while back I was trying to say it and completely messed it up the Spanish part. In laughing about it, it somehow morphed into "tarimisu tacos por favor." Strange I know, but this always brings a smile to us as we look back. By the way, tarimisu tacos are not on the menu at Disneyland nor anywhere else that I have seen...
tarimisu tacos por favor :lol: That's a great one! I don't think they would taste good though ;)
I'm sure they won't but someday I've got to put one together for my daughter just for a laugh.

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by elizabethswann » Mar Tue 22, 2011 8:45 pm

When I was stuck in a long line at Tower of Terror a couple weeks ago, I got all happy listening to the soundtrack from the speakers.

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by TTA Traveler » Mar Tue 22, 2011 11:21 pm

elizabethswann wrote:When I was stuck in a long line at Tower of Terror a couple weeks ago, I got all happy listening to the soundtrack from the speakers.
I love the music in that queue. :D Hope to hear it on here sometime!
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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by elizabethswann » Mar Wed 23, 2011 2:06 am

Space Traveler wrote:
elizabethswann wrote:When I was stuck in a long line at Tower of Terror a couple weeks ago, I got all happy listening to the soundtrack from the speakers.
I love the music in that queue. :D Hope to hear it on here sometime!
It's a must! :D

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by NaCler » Mar Wed 23, 2011 6:47 am

I KNOW it's been mentioned before, but I have really been craving the howling from the Haunted Mansion.

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by Amy » Mar Wed 23, 2011 7:10 am

NaCler wrote:I KNOW it's been mentioned before, but I have really been craving the howling from the Haunted Mansion.
Awooooo-ow-ow-oooooooo! You'll be hearing that soon enough ~ as well as some new sounds from the creepy old crypt ;)

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by theBIGyowski » Mar Wed 23, 2011 8:35 am

If anyone has DirecTV...the music channel 801 has a lot of the same music you hear in the ToT queue. It's big band style music. I can't tell you how many times I have heard a song come on while I am in the kitchen and I immediately picture myself in the hotel lobby!
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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by elizabethswann » Mar Wed 23, 2011 3:26 pm

I don't have DirectTV but now I want to see if Charter has it or something similar. I never listen to the music channels.

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by Amy » Mar Wed 23, 2011 8:12 pm

elizabethswann wrote:I don't have DirectTV but now I want to see if Charter has it or something similar. I never listen to the music channels.
BIG is right, Tower of Terror music is a lot of big band. If you can find a station that plays mostly 20's and 30's music, you should feel like you're at ToT :D

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by Amy » Mar Sun 27, 2011 8:28 pm

A few things I jotted down in my Day 10 notes, the chains on the safari that knock the mud off the tires, the vacuums after the parades, and the bumpety-bump of the boats going up ramps as the attraction is drawing to a close.

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by mindflipper » Mar Sun 27, 2011 9:49 pm

NaCler wrote:I KNOW it's been mentioned before, but I have really been craving the howling from the Haunted Mansion.
Did you get your fill of it this weekend? Whenever I hear that sound, I feel like I will be at my old home-away-from-home soon enough...

Another sound I love: the cats screeching with the band in the HM graveyard.

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Re: Disney "Sounds"

Post by proudcanuck » Apr Fri 01, 2011 4:33 pm

The first bird whistle you here when your ticket is scanned let's me know that I'm in Disneyland. I love that bird whistle.

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