Liquid Cabaret: Music Tracks for PowerPoint

Created: Wednesday, February 7, 2007, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 1:11 pm



Do you like to insert music tracks in your PowerPoint slides? Or do you have serious doubts about the effectiveness of doing so? I know that many of you would love to use a collection of soft and understated royalty free music tracks within your PowerPoint presentations — at least for some presentations if not all. And yet I know that there are some of you who are not ready to take the plunge and put in some music within a PowerPoint!

So, should you use music in a PowerPoint presentation or not? Colin Adams of IndigoRose who creates the Liquid Cabaret collection of music tracks did say in an earlier blog post that “What’s the line? “Say it with music.” We think that a great presentation is enhanced by a great soundtrack. Whether you want to set a mood, match a “theme” or key concept in your presentation, or just add interest and make things more dynamic, music is the way to go”.

Check out my review of their Liquid Cabaret collection here…

Categories: powerpoint, sounds

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