Music for Science Project

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  1. Mars
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    I'm filming a video for Physics class based on Bill Nye the Science Guy.
    What are some good songs (without any words) that would fit this
    theme? Any help is highly appreciated.
     
  2. azotyp

    azotyp GBAtemp Maniac

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    I think that every single song of Jean Michel Jarre will fit, I suggest "tubular bells"
     
  3. Veho

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    The best music depends on what experiment you're doing. What are you doing? Is it a dynamic experiment or something more mellow? Or something going BOOM! ?

    In any case, "Flight of the Bumblebee" is a surefire tune [​IMG]

    Or "Hall of the Mountain King".
    Or "Ride of the Walkyre".
     
  4. mthrnite

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    Tubular Bells is from Mike Oldfield.. but I agree with Jarre, also Kraftwerk or Yello are really sciencey.

    I haven't even thought about Jarre in years.. I will go dig! I used to love that stuff.
     
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    really slow techno music would be good
     
  6. Mars
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    Whoa, quick replies. Thanks!

    It's just a project explaining Newton's three laws. Nothing explosive.

    EDIT: I'm trying out your suggestions now. Forgot to add that the video has a light-hearted mood for the most part.
     
  7. Veho

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    Newton's laws? "Hall of the Mountain King" is good for acceleration experiments filmed in slow motion. [​IMG]


    EDIT: And if it's something silly, use dixieland. That's lighthearted enough [​IMG]



    You can just about imagine things rolling around and bumping into each other.
     
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    Thanks for all the suggestions. Despite my light-hearted tone, I found that a lot of the Jarre
    songs fit great into my film.