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Star Trek: Sound Effects

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Enterprise Bridge Sequence
  2. Materialization
  3. Alien Planet Surface
  4. Materialization In Trouble
  5. Enterprise Doors Open into Bridge
  6. Warp Drive
  7. Main Viewing Screen
  8. Enterprise Phasers Firing (3 Blasts)
  9. Phasers Striking Deflector Shields
  10. Stratos Torture Ray Bombardment
  11. Sickbay Scanner
  12. Sickbay Scanner #2 (Hearbeats)
  13. Many Tribbles
  14. Atavacron
  15. Alien Planet Atmosphere #2
  16. Romulan Ship Interior
  17. Garbled Communicator Static
  18. Garbled Radio Signal #2
  19. Garbled Radio Signal #3 [Animated Series]
  20. Engineering Room Interior
  21. Library Computer on Bridge
  22. Warp Drive Malfunctioning
  23. Warp Drive Acceleration #2
  24. Warp Drive Acceleration & Deceleration
  25. Hand Held Medical Scanner
  26. Bridge Sequence #2
  27. Shuttlecraft Interior


Product Details

  • Audio Cassette (October 17, 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Gnp Crescendo
  • ASIN: B000001P05
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #795,298 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
If you are a Star Trek fan or love sound effects - this CD is for YOU! It is quite interesting after all these years since 1966, when this series made its debut on the small screens in America, the sounds you hear on this album are unforgettable. You know in an instant what particular sound, whether it be action, adventure or drama the sound effect department is creating for the viewer.
The final result is a unique library of brilliantly futuristic sound effects that were created by some of the best sound editors of that time. On this album are sixty-nine never to be forgotten sounds that made this series entertaining and somewhat believable, which we now find is not at all that impossible. This is not a relaxing listening CD, but the way we remember those sounds from the "Enterprise" during the '60s when the cast and crew were flying high and protecting this vast galaxy of ours.
Total Time: 40:23 on 69 Tracks/ GNP-Crescendo - GNPD 8010 (1988)
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For old-time Trekkers, this CD is an evocative walk down Memory Lane. The effects are well-mixed for disc, and are quite impressive, considering the time period (there were few synthesizers to help the sound engineers, so they experimented with sped-up and backwards tapes, much like rock groups of the time). Because the sounds are out of context on the CD, they unintentionally sound rather eerie and vacant, somewhat like a Brian Eno ambient recording--a fascinating effect.
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Format: Audio CD
This applies to CD No. GNDP 8010.

The tracks below are each shorther than 30 seconds except as noted.

1. Enterprise bridge sequence (6 min)
2. Enterprise doors open into corridor
3. Enterprise doors open into transporter room
4. Transporter energize
5. Dematerialization
6. Materialization
7. Alien planet surface (1 1/2 min)
8. Communicator beeps
9. Dematerialization #2
10. Materialization in trouble
11. Transporter background #2
12. Enterprise doors open into bridge (1 min)
13. Red alert klaxon
14. Warp drive
15. Spock's viewer on the bridge
16. Buttons on bridge
17. Main viewing screen (35 sec)
18. Viewing screen magnification
19. Phaser firing switch
20. Enterprise phasers firing (3 blasts)
21. Phasers striking hull
22. Photon torpedo (3 blasts)
23. Phasers striking deflector shields (35 sec)
24. Stratos torture ray bombardment
25. Food + drink synthesizer
26. Sickbay scanner
27. Sickbay scanner #2 (heartbeats) (33 sec)
28. Heartbeats
29. Spectro-analysis viewer
30. Main viewing screen (animated series)
31. Many tribbles (1 min)
32. Tribble coos
33. Tribble predator (animated series)
34. Tribble violent reaction
35. Atavacron
36. Boatswain whistle
37. Alien planet atmosphere #2 (2 min)
38. Astrogator on bridge
39. Garbled radio message
40. Romulan ship interior
41. Garbled communicator static (44 sec)
42. Bridge scanner
43. M-5 computer
44. Lab scanner
45. Garbled radio signal #2
46. Disruptor hits on hull
47. Subterranean elevator (long)
48. Subterranean elevator (short)
49. Garbled radio signal #3 (35 sec)
50.
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Format: Audio CD
Since I was about 4 or 5 years old I've been a Star Trek fanatic. And since I was 7, I've been collecting sound effects. I used to make my own "radio show" type recordings, usually Star Trek oriented -- in essence, they were audio-only episodes made in the style of the original TV show. This sound effects disc was vital to me during those years -- I own three copies in fact, because the first two got scratched and marred to the point of wothlessness from so much use. If you are a Star Trek fan who loves those old sound effects, or want to make your own video or audio adventures as I have done, this CD is a must-have. My only gripe was that the bridge button sounds from the first and second season were not included, only the cheesy sounding ones from the third season. However, with some digitizing and clever noise reduction, one can isolate the missing sounds from the TV series and burn them back onto your own disc. Granted, there's no music here, but that's not what this disc is for! :)
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I got the CD as a replacement for my LP copy of the same. It's quite a delight to play the bridge sound effects while driving around in my car. It's a shame that the CD is only a different format recording of the original LP and not a bit more. Reviewers mention sound effects from The Cage, and there are some effects from the pilot I would have loved to have heard on this CD that are not present. The laser cannon used on Talos 4 would have been a nice addition along with the very different transporter room sound effects with the heavy buzzing generators and longer cycle time before the very different beaming sounds kick in. Another nice addition would be to include separate tracks for the bridge effects used in The Cage as well as Where No Man Has Gone Before which are also different from the rest of the series.

For the bridge sequences, the stereo separation is very good which is most noticeable while playing the disc in my car. While not perfect, overall, this CD is a must have for any original series Star Trek fan. Some sound effects are so specific that the individual episodes they were designed for instantly spring to mind.
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