of our website visitors have asked for a Somewhere In Time
theme music midi. Well, we've had one for quite some time, but
our testing has shown that MIDI files, in general, don't play
reliably, or even sound the same on different computers and
sound cards. We strive for high quality, such as befits this
wonderful movie, and have resisted including any music or
sound files on our site because of the lack of quality
many have asked, that we find it simpler to include what we
have here with the above disclaimer. We hope you like
it, and that it plays well for you.
In Time Theme Midi
have also asked where they can purchase the soundtrack CD. The
simplest way is to order directly through the Music
section of our online store.
Most browsers will play both .aif and .wav, but if
you want to use these as enhancements to your computer system,
Windows likes .wav, and Macs like, well, Macs like everything,
but .aif files are native. The following are a few
favorite SIT clips, along with suggested uses for your
computer's sound effects.
Here's a special surprise! A
the Art Bell show. Art has retired once again, this time
for certain. He and his wife Romona attended the 1999 Somewhere In Time Weekend
at Grand Hotel.
Travel fans, here's one for you!
Bell, who often dealt with time travel on his show,
interviewed theoretical physicist Dr. Micho Kaku in November,
1998. Near the end of the program, Art worked his way up
to the question (from the film), "Is time travel
possible?" He specifically references his "all
time favorite movie", Somewhere In Time.
clip is about 2:15 in length, and is in the RealPlayer G2
format. You can download a free player from www.real.com.
As we don't stream audio or video, you'll have to wait for
the clip to download before the player will launch and play
the clip for you.