THX is the trade name of a high fidelity sound reproduction system for movie theaters.  It is not a recording format, but a quality assurance system.  This specific .mp3 is from the beginning of Toy Story.  This one is referred to as the THX-Robot and is where the sound appears to break, is worked on and then fixed.  The song has not been edited from its original version. 


The sequence that is available for download was done by Ken W. Good for the 2006 Christmas.  You can download the sequence in a zip file that is made up of:  the sequence, the song file, a read me file setting out a simple method for extracting the files so that all the files are linked together already (so the computer will know where to find the music file and the visualizer file will be set up ready for use), the visualizer file and a .jpg picture of the house which the visualizer file uses to display the digital representation of the display.  There is no video of this song.


Once you have downloaded this file, you can use it in two ways.  First, you will have the sequence as it was used originally used.  Second, you can import the file into your show set up and you will have the time tracks for your set up.  Next, you can delete the programming.  Thereafter, you can go back and forth between the two versions and copy individual channels to your individual channels.  Save frequently. 

Good Luck

                                                            Ken W. Good