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It was intended as a spinoff of Doctor Who.Ultimately only a single pilot episode was produced. My little girl has never watched any classic Who, but she likes the 1980 version of the theme the best. Instrument.













To create dynamics, the notes were re-recorded at slightly different levels.



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Uploaded by savannahchuck1 Some sounds were created at all the required pitches direct from the oscillators, others had to be repitched later by adjusting the tape playback speed and re-recording the sound onto another tape player.
Key (Auto Detect) Auto Scroll. Grainer was amazed at the resulting piece of music and when he heard it, famously asked, "Did I write that?"

This was done for each "line" in the music – the main plucked bass, the bass slides (an organ-like tone emphasising the grace notes), the hisses, the swoops, the melody, a second melody line (a high organ-like tone used for emphasis), and the bubbles and clouds. Scrobbling is when Last.fm tracks the music you listen to and automatically adds it to your music profile. Disabling it will result in some disabled or missing features. 3,633 Scrobbling is when Last.fm tracks the music you listen to and automatically adds it to your music profile.





This done, the music had to be "mixed".









Ron Grainer (August 11, 1922 - February 21, 1981) was an Australian-born composer who worked for most of his professional career in the United Kingdom.





Most of these individual bits of tape making up lines of music, complete with edits every inch, still survive. The … Enjoy!