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The D Show theme song

Discussion in 'Archive' started by gaysnappercarr, Jun 20, 2002.

  1. gaysnappercarr

    gaysnappercarr Member

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    I have the CD-Rom of 'The D Show' and absolutely [glow=red,2,300]LOVE[/glow] the theme song.

    Does anyone have a copy of this or can anyone point me in the right direction of where to get it?

    If you're not familar with it - 'The D Show' is a trivia game (along the lines of You Don't Know Jack - but MUCH tamer!) that is set up like a game show.

    The theme song lists a whole bunch of Disney characters/themes in a rhyming list. And I wish that every Disney fan could hear it!

    Thanks!
     
  2. Alex K

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    Love that song too, and the game. A few years back, our local Sam's Club acquired a big pile of of the game, and was selling it for about $8 each. I bought a bunch and handed them out to friends.

    Anyway, unlike WDW Explorer, The D Show doesn't have any .wav or .avi files on the CD to copy directly, so your best bet is to record the audio out of your sound card when the intro plays. Or, you can use a product like Total Recorder to intercept the data going into the sound card.
     
  3. gaysnappercarr

    gaysnappercarr Member

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    Hey Alex,
    I just recently got a copy of the Walt Disney World Explorer CD-Rom - and love it.
    How do you access the .wav and .avi files to burn them?
    Any help that you (or anyone) can provide will be much appreciated!
    Shawn
     
  4. Jessica L

    Jessica L Member

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    Shawn - if you have Windows, open My Computer, then on Disney Interactive, then Walt Disney World Explorer. If you click on the different letters, it has the various songs and sound effects used on the CD. I believe the ones ending in 0010 are the songs.

    Hope this helps!

    Jessica
     
  5. gaysnappercarr

    gaysnappercarr Member

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    Thanks Jessica L,
    I'll try it as soon as I get home from work today!
    I've been going through the CD-Rom alphabetically (because that's the kind of person I am! LOL) and really love it. Of course, my complaint would be that there isn't enough information given on each topic, but even if there was a 4 hour symposium on Fantasmic it wouldn't be enough for me! ;D
     

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