So I have always loved Sky Trek Tower, its always the first and last ride I go on when I'm visiting the park. The music playing during the narration has been subject to many threads here on SFGam world. Some say that it is a clip from the front gate music, others say that its a medley of Looney Tunes themes. Well, decide for yourself. Recently, SFGAm's Youtube Channel has released a video ride through of STT, along with the narration track. I went ahead and removed the narration and tried to clean it up a little, so now everyone can hear the mysterious song.
^ I believe it's because the audio was stripped.....if anything, this was recorded from the spiel on the ride and they went home and modified the sound. So the "quieter" parts of the music is where there is actually narration in the ride spiel.
^ SFGAm posted a video on the STT experience. It was not a recording that was done on the ride. The reason it's somewhat quiet at times is because he stripped the commentary from it. Over all, I'm pleased!
Sfgam1 is right. Six Flag's youtube posted a studio recording of the narration, and I used Audacity's "karaoke" function to strip out the narration to get just the music. Some parts are quiet because that is when the narrator is talking the most, and the program gets rid of some of the music too. I'm glad you all like it !
A little update on the music used in the medley. Someone on facebook tracked down the exact songs that are featured in the clip. He says, "It's known as the Looney Tunes Medley with songs: I tawt I taw a puddy tat, Daffy's Rhapsody, Merrily We Roll along, The Road Runner Show theme song and the Looney Tunes Merry Go Round broke down. It is one of the original Marriott Tracks."
Listening to "I tawt I taw a puddy cat" It is obvius that this person is right! Thanks Ted!
When they used to have the Theater Royale Looney Tunes shows, they used to play this music before the show. Also, isn't that music on the train?
Ilovigo-- Me = Dopey; just trying to get another kiss from Snow White. |Remember you don't know what you got until it's gone. That ride you liked might be in the dump next year. Or if you lose a leg, you can't ride much of anything. Cherish what you have now.