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    Re: Long-forgotten Haunted Mansion Effect?

    i always thought he said they had recieved a faldric number
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    Nope, listen real close...it's either "namjij" or "nomjich." Take your pick. "Namjij" looks cooler to me.


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    Re: Long-forgotten Haunted Mansion Effect?

    All I can say is, Faldric Nomjitch would be a killer nic for an HM fanatic on the DB (or any other) chat boards. Wish I had thought of it.

    As for the bicycle ghost shriek, I know exactly the one you're talking about, HM fanatic. I don't know if it's been in and out of use or not. GRD is the go-to guy for the intricacies of the graveyard soundtracks. For some reason, he seems especially fond of the elusive la-la singers.

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    All I can say is, Faldric Nomjitch would be a killer nic for an HM fanatic on the DB (or any other) chat boards. Wish I had thought of it.
    Nice, huh? I ought to join the DB boards just for the sake of using the name.


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    Re: Long-forgotten Haunted Mansion Effect?

    Here's one of the weirdest of the Museum of the Weird artifacts. Seems to me it doesn't get much attention, perhaps because it isn't the subject of any detailed, separate drawings like so many of the other items. Or perhaps there are drawings, but I've never seen any.


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    Re: Long-forgotten Haunted Mansion Effect?

    That is creepy beyond all reason.
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    Re: Long-forgotten Haunted Mansion Effect?

    La-La Singer... singular... Only one.

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    Re: Long-forgotten Haunted Mansion Effect?

    And not to be confused with the dum-dum singer, heard on the Story and Song album but not on the ride.

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    I love the monotone singers. I finally managed to pick them out on the ride the other day.
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    Re: Long-forgotten Haunted Mansion Effect?

    The graveyard soundtrack is incredibly deep and dense. Not only the numerous full musical loops but also the amazing variety of shrieks and groans, animal sounds, and so forth.

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    Re: Long-forgotten Haunted Mansion Effect?

    Quote Originally Posted by HBG2 View Post
    Here's one of the weirdest of the Museum of the Weird artifacts. Seems to me it doesn't get much attention, perhaps because it isn't the subject of any detailed, separate drawings like so many of the other items. Or perhaps there are drawings, but I've never seen any.

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    Re: Long-forgotten Haunted Mansion Effect?

    Faldric Nomjitch is the best name ever. It beats my best friend's choice of Humberto Box as best name, in fact. Oh, the obscurity of it.

    I have heard the monotone singers on the ride/audio track as well. I'm a singer, but not even close to professional, so I have to ask from a musical standpoint--Why are they there? Is it just to tie the words together so they don't get lost in the music, or is it to tie all of the different music together?


    EDIT: I asked my friend, who is a musician as a hobby, and she was able to shed some light on my question. Here's what she said, copy-pasted from the coversation we had via IM. (I'm AngelothePhantom, she's xdesrever)
    xdesrever: so when they are by themselves they have no purpose, but with an ensemble they do
    xdesrever: i didn't realize you were talking about it in ensemble
    AngelothePhantom: yes
    AngelothePhantom: that's what i meant
    xdesrever: okay well in an ensemble, when a section is monotone
    xdesrever: it's to add fullness to the sound
    AngelothePhantom: okay
    AngelothePhantom: so singing, would it be the same--like my lyrics theoy is right then?
    xdesrever: lower harmony is ultimately the most important, higher harmony is good for melody, and the middle is to fill it all in
    xdesrever: that's why trombones and saxophones are important
    xdesrever: it's not really FOR the lyrics but i guess in the long run it does kind of emphasize them
    xdesrever: but that's not it's initial purpose
    xdesrever: musically speaking


    Thought I'd add it to The Thread since I asked about it originally.
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    Re: Long-forgotten Haunted Mansion Effect?

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLoup View Post
    Bases for Shiriki Utundu from Tokyo DisneySea Tower of Terror?


    Mmmmmm.....I'd say no.

    As for the monotone singers, I think it's just another spooky-sounding track. It is exceptionally eerie.

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    Re: Long-forgotten Haunted Mansion Effect?

    Yeah, those monotone voices are quite bizarre and unnerving. Perhaps we can just call them the voices of the "traditional"-looking spirits coming out of the open graves? You know, something about death causing their voices to become as two-dimensional as the scrims upon which they are now projected...

    I've always thought that effect was rather cool, by the way. Coming out of the attic and seeing ghosts flying through a light mist. It comes off quite realistically.


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    Re: Long-forgotten Haunted Mansion Effect?

    I believe those monotone voices singing GGG are supposed to be the foursome of ghosts surrounding the hearse. However the track itself actually only contains 3 vocalists - 2 male and one female. I believe GRD's beloved "La-La" singer actually represents the 4th - my money is on its being the guy sitting up in the coffin. You can really hear that track being belted out in the TDL version of HM...

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