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Old 05-12-2009, 05:51 AM
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I have seen the movie 2 times and heard a ton of sounds that I loved and were nods to TOS.

Sounds
-transporter sound
-Ships photons and phasers
-Straining Engine sound
-Tribble
-Red alert on Kelvin
-Door swoosh on Kelvin
-The Planet sound on Delta Vega reminiscent of TOS planets background sounds (that wispy, whiny sound)

Music
-3 or 4 bars or TOS Spock music when he is in the Captain chair and finds out what is happening with Vulcan. Its subtle
-Few bars of TOS music when Kirk, Spock and Pike Beam back


Anyone catch any other interesting sound or Music que?
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Old 05-12-2009, 06:12 AM
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Intercom is TOS bridge button sound.
Pike whistles the TOS intercom sound.
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Old 05-12-2009, 10:52 AM
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I noticed all that too, I thought I was the only one. The sound was amazing


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I have seen the movie 2 times and heard a ton of sounds that I loved and were nods to TOS.

Sounds
-transporter sound
-Ships photons and phasers
-Straining Engine sound
-Tribble
-Red alert on Kelvin
-Door swoosh on Kelvin
-The Planet sound on Delta Vega reminiscent of TOS planets background sounds (that wispy, whiny sound)

Music
-3 or 4 bars or TOS Spock music when he is in the Captain chair and finds out what is happening with Vulcan. Its subtle
-Few bars of TOS music when Kirk, Spock and Pike Beam back


Anyone catch any other interesting sound or Music que?
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Old 05-12-2009, 11:33 AM
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The Bridge sounds on the Enterprise sounds like they are based on the TOS sounds.

There was a repearing high beep sound, the one from the TOS Viewscreen, used in many places, including rather nicely in the very beginning with that opening flyby of the Kelvin.
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I have to admit, I too found the Narada's music a little...cheesy.
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I heard a ton of TOS sounds throughout the movie. As for the music, I was really hoping for a more grand theme like Jerry Goldsmith's or James Horner's. I just didn't feel that with this movie.
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I heard a ton of TOS sounds throughout the movie. As for the music, I was really hoping for a more grand theme like Jerry Goldsmith's or James Horner's. I just didn't feel that with this movie.
I hear ya there. I would've loved to hear some of that music.

However, sometime back, someone brought up a good point.

Although JG's and JH's scores would've been nice to hear in this Star Trek movie, they may have been a little out of place. Those scores were written for the movies that took place during the Enterprise's refit era. Even though an entirely new score was written for this movie (which takes place during the original series era), Jerry's and James' scores would've been historically out of place.
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[quote][ hear ya there. I would've loved to hear some of that music.

However, sometime back, someone brought up a good point.

Although JG's and JH's scores would've been nice to hear in this Star Trek movie, they may have been a little out of place. Those scores were written for the movies that took place during the Enterprise's refit era. Even though an entirely new score was written for this movie (which takes place during the original series era), Jerry's and James' scores would've been historically out of place./QUOTE]


I didn't mean I wanted to hear THOSE scores. I meant I wanted an original score that, when you hear it, you instantly think: "hey that's Star Trek". When you listen to the two scores I mentioned, at least for me, it reaches something deep down. For me, I can listen to those scores and not get tired of them. That's what I wanted, and that's what I meant. I didn't get that from this movie's score.
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There are also a few bars of TOS theme when Spock prime is explaining to Kirk how he must stay behind.

When Rabua (did I spell that right) goes to the Narada. I thought I heard dogs barking in the background on the Narada.

I wasn't sure about the music at first, but after a second viewing I really do see the brilliance of it. I actually came out feeling it was perfect. It reminded me of something from a Spielberg flick in places and totally unique in others
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[ hear ya there. I would've loved to hear some of that music.

However, sometime back, someone brought up a good point.

Although JG's and JH's scores would've been nice to hear in this Star Trek movie, they may have been a little out of place. Those scores were written for the movies that took place during the Enterprise's refit era. Even though an entirely new score was written for this movie (which takes place during the original series era), Jerry's and James' scores would've been historically out of place./QUOTE]


I didn't mean I wanted to hear THOSE scores. I meant I wanted an original score that, when you hear it, you instantly think: "hey that's Star Trek". When you listen to the two scores I mentioned, at least for me, it reaches something deep down. For me, I can listen to those scores and not get tired of them. That's what I wanted, and that's what I meant. I didn't get that from this movie's score.

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