There's more than one song that plays on the buses. For example, when I took the bus from Fort Wilderness to Pioneer Hall, I heard several bluegrass selections. All of the buses are programed to play music that is similar to what you will hear at your final destination. So without a sample of the one song you are trying to ID, this task seems impossible.There is a song played on the Disney Bus when you are in route to Animal Kingdom, does anyone know what song it is?
I made an induction recording of the bus from Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge to the Magic Kingdom - not one of my most pleasant experiences on vacation. The bus engine noise made it sound like a siren going off every 10 seconds. Besides the crappy quality of my recorder (and the bus noise) the recording actually came out halfway decent for holding up an induction pickup to a bus speaker for 16 minutes.In the meantime, here are some recordings I made back in 2007. I've never shared them previously because there is a lot of noise (also: it's hard to keep a pickup in place while standing on a moving bus! This was before I fully discovered the magic of tape and glue dots), but perhaps someone can ID some of the songs.
You're gonna want to turn the volume way down. Don't say I didn't warn you.
Well it's often luck of the draw whenever it comes to moving vehicles, particularly trams, buses and monorails. Since I made these recordings I've moved from a crappy $50 Olympus recorder to a much much nicer Edirol, so the quality will at least be better, but hopefully there will be less whine as well.Note: After a listen, it sounds like I picked up much less interference then C33 did, but the bus audio that was recorded from his device is more clearer in terms of what you could hear of the narration.