Our friends at JewelBeat have provided us with a range of free PowerPoint Music Loops for you to use in your presentations.
These loops are all around a minute long and can be looped in PowerPoint to create a more continuous cycle.
These are in addition to our other sound effects
This is an uplifting all round PowerPoint Music loop that could be used for a variety of different presentations. It could be used alongside a photo album or as a placeholder while you have to do something else. It is a bit like the style of music that they use in films where people are walking along – particularly in an animated sequence.
Length: 1 minute 11 seconds. File size 1.08 MB
This is a track with an almost jazz-like sound that is not too loud. It could easily play in the background. It is vaguely reminiscent of some of the music that you get in the background of some of those retro platform computer games – like Tetris. It has a slight Jamaican, almost reggae feel, with hints of bubbles blowing.
Length: 1 minute 23 seconds. File size 1.3 MB
This track is quite fast paced with a high tempo. It builds up quite a suspense. It could be used while you, say, reveal the winners of a competition, or when an award winner goes up on to the stage to collect a prize. It could also be used for a what happens next piece.
This could be used where you want to speed up the event while other things are happening. You could play it while you have a treasure hunt in the room.
Length: 57 seconds. File size 1.08 MB
This is a vocal and chilled piece of music with a number of female voices as well as some cymbals and percussion. It has a bit of a tropical beach feel, as if you are near to the water and is quite relaxing.
Length: 1 minute 11 seconds. File size 1.09 MB
To find out more about how to use these PowerPoint Music Lops please visit our page about adding music into PowerPoint
These free music loops have been provided by Jewelbeat. They provide a wide range of sound effects and music loops. Follow this link – JewelBeat Royalty Free Background Music
If you like these music loops, please leave a message below saying how you are intending to use it.
24 January 2011