Body Wars Queue


gmeader

Member
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Nobody asked and maybe it's common knowledge (please forgive me if I'm repeating the obvious) but the music loop that played in the Body Wars queue line was all taken from the Brian Eno - Music for Airports CD. Again, please forgive me if this is old news.

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[/floatleft]Ambient 1: Music for Airports
Brian Eno
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Awesome! You wouldn't happen to have your notes still on the edits, would you? I just bought this album last week, absolutely love it!
 

gmeader

Member
Awesome! You wouldn't happen to have your notes still on the edits, would you? I just bought this album last week, absolutely love it!
Unfortuantely no, all of my notes (which consisted of some scribbled hieroglyphics on the back of an inter-office envelope) are buried away deep inside WDI. I'm pretty sure we only used a couple of pieces from the album. I really like this music as well as it tends to induce a zen-like trance if you listen to it for any length of time.
 

Horizons

Playlist Author
I just purchased the CD so thanks for the lead. I didn't have anything in my collection, audio or notes, regarding the queue music. So thanks again.
 

The Trout

Member
Groovy, thanks for the info, Soundman! As always, your experience at WDI is very welcome.
 
Soundman, do you remember approximately how long the loop ran (duration) and in what areas? Thanks again for the info, this album helps me sleep at night!
 

gmeader

Member
Soundman, do you remember approximately how long the loop ran (duration) and in what areas? Thanks again for the info, this album helps me sleep at night!
Unfortunately I don't remember the exact length but I do know it wasn't over an hour. The entire CD was only 48 minutes and I don't think we used the whole thing. I would guess it ran about 25-30 minutes and played only in the queue line area for Body Wars. It could be heard if you stood near the queue line but it was not fed out into the open areas of the pavilion.
 

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