This is kinda fun - we wanted the Nostromo destruct alarm for one of our shop warning alarms, but of course in the film, the sound has other effects over it, and reverb, etc. We wanted it clean and dry, like it would be. We could tell it was clearly an analog synth oscillator sweep, so we recreated it using a simple vintage synth plug-in, which allowed us to draw a custom LFO curve. Here it is (it's in the "key" of F, by the way):
You can see it in the background. Almost ready. It is painted in Munsell N7 spectrally neutral gray, and lit with D65 99 CRI LEDs from Waveform lighting. Fully vented and filtered. We're shooting a lot of stuff on our shop build and that'll all be covered in a future video.
We're not going to restore the MUTHUR control room door frame - its unique history and journey is written in its scars. But we do want it to be preserved and safe, so we decided to meticulously scan it so we have a digital clone of it.
Here's the preserved 3D model of it:
If you'd like to see a turntable animation of it, it is here: