Take a virtual audio trip in this installment of the WDW-Memories podcast, brought to you in immersive binaural / 3D / spatial sound, experiencing another magical memory from Walt Disney World. In today’s memory, you will be transported to the parks, and be there with us as we race from the recording studio to the concert, and then do it again.
It’s almost Thanksgiving here in the United States, and one thing I’m thankful for is all of you. Thank you for supporting and listening to each and every episode. Thank you for leaving comments and reviews. Thank you for liking the pictures and videos I post. But most importantly, just thank you for the support of this little pet project where I get to share my memories with all of you and together we get to escape to someplace happy and magical. So let’s go do that now.
In today’s memory, it’s an exciting Monday morning in December 2021. The park has been open for a little bit now, and we have already been enjoying our day in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
If you remember in Memory 288, we wanted to get on Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, but it was still closed so we went back and hung out with Lightning McQueen and watched him train. Then as we exited the building, we could see the line was open for Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, so we quickly raced over and got in line. We’ll join the memory as we’re now in the queue and beginning the back-and-forth through the queue, enjoying the holiday music with a rock-n-roll flare. Soon we’re making our way up the ramp and into the G-Force Records studio, where we are surprised to see our names, and hometowns featured on the wall art in the front lobby. Then in no time we’re slipped into the back of the recording studio and see Aerosmith working with an audio engineer on mixing a track on their album before they (and us) are whisked away to get to the concert. We’ll head out back, where we hop in our Limo and tear off through the windy roads to try to make it to the concert. Once the ride is over, we’ll stop and get some water before we realize that the line is super short, and we’ll decide that if we want to do it again, we should try now, so we hop back in line and do it all over again. From here though, it’s time to get some lunch, so we place our mobile order for food at the ABC Commissary and begin heading up Sunset Boulevard, past the Brown Derby as we end this memory.
As I said earlier, today’s memory is in binaural once again. So for the best experience, I would recommend putting on your favorite headphones to fully immerse yourself in the memory.
Now that you have your headphones on, join me as we relive two rides on one of the best coasters ever.