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Help me: Fun to be Free List

Discussion in 'Archive' started by MiklCraw4d, Jul 10, 2004.

  1. MiklCraw4d

    MiklCraw4d Member

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    Hi guys,

    I looked in the archive and couldn't find anything so hopefully I'm not duplicating anything recent...

    Does anyone know the order of the Fun to Be Free load area versions? I'm trying to sort everything out on my HD and a list would be much appreciated...

    thanks in advance
    Michael
     
  2. MiklCraw4d

    MiklCraw4d Member

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    And while we're at it, what's up with some of them having two versions, one of which is just *slightly* faster than the other? Whaaa?
     
  3. GrizzlyHall

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    Keep in mind these are unoffical titles:

    1. Old West
    2. Railroad Version
    3. Roarin' 20s
    4. Males chorus (airplane; ends with a jazz chord)
    5. Hoedown
    6. Jazz Club (female/male chorus)
    7. Piano/ragtime track
    8. Softshoe
    9. Instrumental jazz version
    10. 60's Beach
    11. Dixieland-style (females)
    12. Kazoo (my favorite!)
    13. Instrumental Trumpet/Tuba (with female hums; "do da do da do da. . . etc")

    The files that are longer/slower come from the Walt Disney World Forever system. Apparently, to make the CDs last longer per track, many of these shorter songs were decreased in pitch and tempo from their original version.
     
  4. sds910

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    Also, be aware that the WDWF versions are cut from the recording session master tapes and lack the between-song auto SFX that linked the tracks in the actual loop.

    Steve
     
  5. MiklCraw4d

    MiklCraw4d Member

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    Thanks for the clarifications guys...

    I have a weird conglomeration of files, I suppose. Some sound master quality but have the "transportation noise" intros, some don't (the WDWF tracks, I assume). Some have the noise intros but are of crappy quality (live recording, I assume). And then there are the fast/slow versions. Bizarre.

    The end result is that it just makes me really really miss the World of Motion. Darn you, Test Track...


    michael
     
  6. BLM07

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    Those are the SFX an the end of the 1992 OA track that you speak of right? Did those actually play at the attraction? I always wondered what they were there for on the CD.
     
  7. GrizzlyHall

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    No, those SFX are part of the "Roarin' 20s" version of Fun to be Free. Also a spirited favorite.

    And - agreed. Darn you, Test Track! :-
     
  8. CPNHOOK15

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    I was a little confused 'cuz these titles didnt match what I had gotten off of the WDW Forever CD's. So for clarification purposes....

    1. Old West
    2. Broadway
    3. Roarin' 20's
    4. 70's Jetplane
    5. Hoedown
    6. Cool Jazz
    7. Tack Piano
    8. Softshoe
    9. Jazz Waltz
    10.60's Beach
    11. Charleston
    12. Kazoo
    13. Dixieland

    Hope that helps!

    Tim
     
  9. CPNHOOK15

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    Okay, so Im looking at the Disney Music Loops Site and Im a little confused. The list that was posted by Grizzly Hall and myself seems to differ from the list posted on that site.
    That loop list is:
    (I have started this list with the same track I did for comparison purposes)
    1. Old West
    2. Roaring 20's
    3. Soft Shoe
    4. Tack Piano
    5. 60's Beach
    6. Broadway
    7. Charleston
    8. Cool Jazz
    9. Dixieland
    10. Hoe Down
    11. Jazz Waltz
    12. Kazoo

    **NOTE: 70's Jetplane is missing**

    Any help on this one? Im at work and cant relisten to my tracks to see if the sfx match up. I thought my list worked??

    Thanks folks,
    Tim
     

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