NASA has a Soundcloud - and it's full of free sounds!

In all this daily digital noise, it has never been easier to miss something you'd rather know about right from the start. One of such things, if you're a lofi producer, could be NASA's very own Soundcloud account, that is, in fact, loaded with all kinds of space-related samples, well worth digging in and exploring that vast library of sound material.

It may take you some time, as there are also various podcasts and jingles included, but if you dig deep enough, you might as well find the famous "Houston, we have a problem" transmission or Neil Armstrong's words "One small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind", as well as a lot of way more obscure, otherworldly sounds that literally came from the deep space. 

And if you're now wondering about clearing all those juicy samples you'll find, fear no more, as here comes the best part - it's all royalty free! However, the Creative Commons license it falls under requires proper attribution, but I believe that a little sample here and there will do NASA no harm. After all, my tune "Heartbeat", where one of Kennedy's speeches from NASA's Soundcloud is used, is still up there on all the stores and streaming services, standing strong ^^

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Welcome! My name is Pao and I'm the person behind this whole website. Besides making music myself whenever I can, I also write this blog and curate Spotify playlists. Feel free to explore it here a bit - I believe you will find some interesting stuff around ^^