Because I’ve wholly embraced my inner nerd, I tend to geek out whenever the letters “NASA” pop up. So when I learned they’d created a NASA “Space Sounds” Soundcloud page — and discovered a video highlighting some of the cooler sounds of our solar system — well, my head basically exploded.
In a feeble attempt to relate this to copywriting, I’ll note NASA’s library of sounds is available to the public even for commercial use.
For any clients reading this, I make a vow; my next video/audio script is going to include the infamous “Houston, we’ve had a problem” sound clip. (I don’t care if we’re selling dandruff shampoo, I’ll make it fit.)
Solar Sounds, The Video
Here is the NASA Space Sounds video and description. You may thank me at a later date (negotiable securities are always good, but cash goes with everything).
NASA Space Sounds – Information about the recordings and sample sounds of the planets, moons and rings of planets in our Solar System. [Note: both Song of Earth and Voice of Earth are man made compositions of the original Earth recordings.]