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11-05-2001, 11:20 AM
here are the two emmy awards for Voyager:

(this is one we'll NEVER see for 'Enterprise.')
Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore): "Star Trek: Voyager: End Game," UPN.

Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series: "Star Trek: Voyager: Endgame," UPN.

11-06-2001, 10:18 AM
I didn'a know that!

BTW, you're totally right about Enterprise's score being sub-par.

11-06-2001, 10:57 AM
Ye Gads!!

You ain't wrong - I've now managed to catch an episode of Enterprise on bootleg VCD.

That title music - bloody awful.

It qualifies as my second worst song ever (after Billy Ray Cyrus's "Achey Breaky Heary" - what else?)


11-06-2001, 01:24 PM
....I used Achey brakey heart in a slogan in a competition a coupla years ago and won an 850.00 Microphone for my ingenuity and wit. :D


11-06-2001, 01:27 PM

11-06-2001, 03:27 PM
Enterprise's theme is a score? Seems more like a hit and miss.

11-07-2001, 10:27 AM
I don't totally loathe the theme song to Enterprise as a song, but on Enterprise, I dunno. I mean, the Rod Stewart version is an ok tune by itself IMO, but I don't want Star Wars:Episode II to open with "Do You Think I'm Sexy" either.

However, my comment about the "Enterprise" score is really about the REST of the music in the shows, the regular old stuff they play whenever T'pol is being snotty or Trip is in danger or Archer is cautiously energetic.

11-07-2001, 12:48 PM

BRITC asked;


Well, here's the answer; There was a competition in Sound on Sound's magainze Any hi-tech muso's here? (http://www.sospubs.co.uk) a couple of years ago for an AKG Solidtube (http://www.akg-acoustics.com/english/microphones/Bilder/solitube2.gif). As the type of music I strive to produce needs a close warm tube valve sound, I entered -haha and won!

In no less than 30 words etc etc tell us why you should win an AKG Solidtube; because if I don't win, it'll break my A-K-G Break-k-G heart. :o

I was obviously very embarrased for a time but the mic is high end standard so I don't mind.

Sorry for the OT but I was very proud of my win :)


good shot jansen
11-07-2001, 03:00 PM
"because if I don't win, it'll break my A-K-G Break-k-G heart."

what a hoot!

np: squeeze - slap and tickle


11-07-2001, 06:44 PM
So far, I've only seen most of one episode - the one where the mutated humans live in caves. I was not impressed. If that's going to be the standard level of quality of this new ST spin-off, then the least they could do is to have that babe from Maxim get contaminated by something different in EVERY episode and have to rub herself down with space-calamine lotion. It could be a running gag like the band-aid on a different location on Les Nessman in every episode of WKRP.

11-07-2001, 06:58 PM
Anyone watch the Andorian Incident? Lots of plot holes in that sucker. Like in this one scene, Archer, T'Pol, Tucker and a bunch of Vulcan priests are in this one room being held by the Andorians and at one point one Andorian goes in there and gets in the center of the room...and there 2 or 3 Vulcans right behind him! What happens? they cower by the wall, no neck pinches are thrown. :( Then at one point everybody finds out the Vulcans have this giant array and they were spying on the Andorians...but the Vulcans couldn't pick up the tiny Andorian ship landing on the surface in plain daylight with no cloaking device. A couple other pretty bad holes in there too, I'm done rambling. ;)