Disney "Sounds"

In relation to Disney Parks but not specific to a single resort

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Post by secondstar » Feb Sat 27, 2010 1:44 pm

Some of my favorite music is that from the Port Orleans Resort.
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Post by elizabethswann » Feb Sun 28, 2010 2:14 am

Give me anything involving New Orleans Square like the jazz music or the sounds of the Mark Twain going by. That keeps me content.

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Post by MetalRage » Feb Sun 28, 2010 8:25 pm

I love Frontierland sounds and New Orleans Square sounds. Also, walking past the Haunted Mansion hearing the wolves howl. Hearing people screaming on the Tower of Terror. Am I able to say WDW sounds in general??? I can't pick!
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Post by MmeLeota » Mar Mon 01, 2010 2:22 am

I had the Disney whistle for when you return to the park on my phone for a while but got rid of it.
This one is really tough and I'll probably be adding often...and agreeing with stuff other folks say because I can't always remember things off the top of my head.

Ms. Swann, where did you get that whistle? I've been trying to find it! I love that sound.

I'm a huge fan of the music played in the parks...background, attractions, shows, parades...I love it all! Especially the instrumental music!

I also love the the sound of the horses on main street, the monorail flying by, the sound of both the DLRR and the casey Jr. trains moving along the tracks...

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Post by Arete » Mar Mon 01, 2010 4:09 pm

I used to work the old Galaxy Search show in Tomorrowland once upon a time, and between shows it would get so quiet if you were just off stage. Sometimes I'd lay down stage right and just listen to the music and the general din of people in the park. I could also hear the wolf's howl from Mansion and people screaming on Splash Mountain, all the way over in Tomorrowland. I loved it.

And there's that bing bong the monorail makes when the doors open and close. :)

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Post by Len90 » Mar Mon 01, 2010 5:12 pm

Arete wrote: And there's that bing bong the monorail makes when the doors open and close. :)
Not to mention the sound of the air pistons as the doors open and close. I just love that psssssst sound :D
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Post by MetalRage » Mar Mon 01, 2010 6:05 pm

Ah yes, the Monorail sounds to! I love those.
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Post by Polynesian Princess » Mar Mon 01, 2010 7:31 pm

I love the whole Adventureland area music too. It's one of my absolute favorite loops!
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Post by Morningsky » Mar Mon 01, 2010 7:56 pm

I love the Fountain of Nations music as well as the splashes that go along with it in Epcot. and in MK I love the sound of the Liberty Belle's whistle. I lov all the sounds but those are definitely my top two i think.

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Post by imaginationcelebration » Mar Mon 01, 2010 7:59 pm

elizabethswann wrote:Give me anything involving New Orleans Square like the jazz music or the sounds of the Mark Twain going by. That keeps me content.
I agree so much with that. That's one of the best things about staying at Port Orleans, the music is great everywhere you go and there are so many nooks and cranies where there is something different playing.

I also love the sound of the water flowing in The Oasis Exhibits at Animal Kingdom as well as the sound of the water being moved and coming off of the paddle wheel on The Liberty Square as well as the chugging sound the steam engine that powers it makes. It's basically the same sounds you hear from shore as it goes by, but more up close and personal.

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Post by MmeLeota » Mar Tue 02, 2010 9:28 pm

Len90 wrote:
Arete wrote: And there's that bing bong the monorail makes when the doors open and close. :)
Not to mention the sound of the air pistons as the doors open and close. I just love that psssssst sound :D
Not to mention the audio spiel... "please stand clear of the doors...por favor mantenganse alejado de las puertas" (sp? I don't speak/write spanish so I apologize if anything is spelled wrong). I also find myself saying that everytime I hear a spiel similar to it (i.e. we were in an airport tram and the spiel said the tram doors are closing please stand clear) :) I guess tha's one for the "Disney nut" board...

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Post by secondstar » Mar Tue 02, 2010 11:28 pm

I love the sound of the advertisement loop that plays on the TVs at the Magic Kingdom bus stop.
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Post by Arete » Mar Tue 02, 2010 11:41 pm

Len90 wrote:
Not to mention the sound of the air pistons as the doors open and close. I just love that psssssst sound :D
Oh yes. :D All those mechanical sounds from around the parks are awesome, even the sound the buses make when they lower the right side of the bus for people to step up more easily.

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Post by secondstar » Mar Wed 03, 2010 12:27 am

Arete wrote: ...even the sound the buses make when they lower the right side of the bus for people to step up more easily.
I love that sound, too. It usually means our bus has arrived. Fun awaits!!!
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