The Ambient Sounds Of Science Fiction Spaceships Playlist

Slightly off topic: YouTube user crysknife007, aka Cheesy Nirvosa put together this playlist that features the ambient sounds of science fiction spaceships.

The playlist includes these greatest ambient sound hits:

  • Star Trek TNG Ambient Engine Noise (Idling for 24 hrs)
  • Star Trek TOS Ambient Engine Noise (Idling for 24 hrs)
  • Original Battlestar Galactica Ambient Engine Sound ( For 12 Hours )
  • Nostromo Ambient Engine Noise ( Ship from Alien for 12 Hours )
  • 12 Hour Tardis sound from Doctor Who

But wait! There’s more:

  • Star Wars: X Wing Ambient Engine Sound for 12 Hours
  • Star Wars: Tie Fighter Ambient Engine Noise for 12 Hours
  • Borg Cube Ambient Engine Sound for 12 Hours
  • Star Wars: TIE Interceptor Ambient Engine Noise for 12 Hours

You’ll even find the true-to-life ambient noise of the International Space Station – and 12 hours of Jabba The Hutt laughing!

via musicofsound


6 thoughts on “The Ambient Sounds Of Science Fiction Spaceships Playlist

  1. Pfah! Child’s play. What about the star jump sequence from Forbidden Planet? The howling landing roar of Klaatu’s saucer on the Washington baseball diamond in The Day The Earth Stood Still? Or the burping farting growling fireworks of Larry “Buster” Crabb’s Flash Gordon’s and Buck Rogers’s space rockets from the 1930s? You listen to THAT for 24 hours and then maybe you can call yourself hardcore.

    But, really, who does this? Who would listen to it? Except for being a dubious claim to fame, what’s it all about, Alfie?

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  2. I sometimes loop the bridge sequence from Star Trek TOS for hours when I’m doing things that require a lot of concentration. Seems to help me focus.

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  3. This is bonkers can we have more of this stuff please, I mean synths please, why bother!

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