Last Updated on June 12, 2015 by Michael Lloyd
Great Music to Listen To With Aquarium Videos
Our aquarium videos have the sound of the tank, with gently bubbling water. This subtle soundtrack is ideal most of the time, but occasionally it is nice to listen to music to enhance the underwater mood. Below you will find a few tracks worth listening to, which sound great whilst enjoying one of our aquarium video-screensavers. I have included the Youtube clips so you can test them out for yourself before buying. The Brian Eno and Eric Serra tracks are both part of albums which are worth playing with your favourite aquarium video.
Why not take a look at our most popular aquarium video and screensaver bundles, then choose your music to match the scene:
Eric Serra – Deep Blue Dream
This is a beautiful track, but all too short at just over 90 seconds. It is part of the soundtrack to the movie The Big Blue. I recommend buying the whole soundtrack as it is full of similar music. It was made for a movie based around the ocean, so it is no surprise that it is the perfect soundtrack to an aquarium video. This particular song has been my ringtone for the past 4 years, I never tire of it.
Henry Mancini – Lujon
This is the most luxurious piece of tropical bliss I have ever heard. Lovely strings and unique percussion give this a classy vibe. Unfortunately this track may of been a one off as my little search for similar stuff from Henry didn’t pan out. Nevertheless, I’m sure you will agree that this is an awesome piece of music and ideal for an aquarium. This one will also be the perfect serene vibe for tropical beach videos, which we plan on filming in the near future.
Brian Eno – Deep Blue Day
You should recognise this track from the scene in Trainspotting where Ewan McGregor dives into the toilet. Don’t let that put you off though, this is so nice and smooth, the perfect song to kick back and relax with. It is from the excellent album Apollo (Atmospheres and Soundtracks) which went brilliantly with Tetra Jungle for me the other day. Some of the tracks have that “abyss” feeling which really suits that video.
Have you got any favourite music which sounds great with underwater footage?