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Moleoman

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Your Family Tree ("The Tigger Movie" 2000 DVD Bonus material)
« on: January 14, 2020, 09:03:51 AM »
Here's the list of cues used in the "Your Family Tree" game available as part of bonus materials in the "The Tigger Movie" 2000 DVD. It uses tracks from libraries (Koka and RCAL) that were at the time (and still are) distributed by Killer Tracks (now Universal Production Music).
  • Part 1 (Introduction): Eric Gemsa - Piccolo Dingo [KOK 2042]
  • Part 2 (Brothers and sisters): Jacques Mercier/Philippe Lhommet - Elephant March [KOK 2125]
  • Part 3 (Parents, friends and pets): Jacques Mercier/Philippe Lhommet - Animals on Parade [KOK 2125]
  • Part 4 (Grandparents): Jacques Mercier/Philippe Lhommet - Deauville 1920 [KOK 2125]
  • Part 5 (Other family members): Stelvio Cipriani - The Carnival [RCAL 1006]
  • Part 6 ('How to look up for family members' names' Ending): Jacques Mercier/Philippe Lhommet - Monsieur Charles [KOK 2125]
For some reason, the French and Dutch versions of the game (but bizarrely not the English one) on one of the movie's Region 2 releases (specifically the one for France, Benelux, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and ex-Yugoslavia) had the tracks sped up (and pitched up!) by circa 12% (twelve percent).

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Re: Your Family Tree ("The Tigger Movie" 2000 DVD Bonus material)
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2020, 02:37:53 AM »
The pitch up/speed up of the tracks was probably due to a format conversion. When they take something that was originally in NTSC and format it for the Euro TV systems of PAL, the audio and video is sped up for some reason. I never understood the tech side of it, but this has been happening since the beginning of time (so to speak).