10 Great Free Songs for your Slideshows from the Vimeo Music Store

A few months ago we posted about Vimeo’s new music store and the great selection of free tracks they have available for personal use.

But with more than 45,000 tracks available, it can be a bit daunting to find the good ones! (if you’ve ever searched through their free offerings, some of them are a bit tacky!)

So, we did some digging and found 10 more great free tracks, perfect for people creating video slideshows for personal use as part of their Creative Commons license.

  1. Running Waters by Jason Shaw – A soothing acoustic guitar track.
  2. Ecstasy X by Jason Shaw -A great, high energy techno track.
  3. Prelude No. 13 by Chris Zabriskie – A calm, subtle piano piece.
  4. Bill Cheathum by Shake That Little Foot -A down-home, countrified bit of banjo goodness.
  5. Chinese Blues by Moore and Gardner -A classic ragtime track, perfect for all of your retro images. Try combining this with the Old Film Projector style from Style Pack 2.
  6. Parisian by Kevin MacLeod – Perfect for adding a little bit of French flair to your shows.
  7. Neogrotesque by Tortue Super Sonic – Great theme music for any unusual characters in your next Pulp Slideshow.
  8. Pacifico by James Beaudreau – Some excellent acoustic guitar background music.
  9. Dial My Number by Benedek -Very smooth, electronic/Hip Hop track.
  10. Serenity by Jason Shaw -Wonderful acoustic guitar folk track fit for any slideshow.
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As a member of Photodex's events team, Dylan specializes in teaching pro photographers and slideshow hobbyists alike how to use ProShow in their business. He's an avid student of photography and enjoys Austin's eclectic mix of music, art and nature.

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