I like something that is calm yet upbeat but not loud or intense. I’ve found a bit like this, but it’s usually a solo instrument and I find it to be distracting.
@Marzipan Try looking up “brain music for studying.” A lot is classical, which is proven to be effective, baroque in particular, but there are other genres too. Of course being an audiophile with existing tastes complicates things a bit, lol.
I should mention that I use Spottily Premium and YouTube Premium, if that helps with existing playlists you know of or have used.
Try Hernan Cattaneo’s free mixes at Mixcloud: Mixcloud
Cattaneo is the best deep house DJ in the world, IMO. The mixes are moody and melodic, with lower beats per minute than most EDM.
Fantastic for focus work.
Study music turns work music for the olds. When creative content is happening it HAS to be non-vocal. I’m fairly flexible, but vocals distract me. It’s also where head-fi is important for me. Focussing.
Not something i’m really into, as then the music would gradually take focus from the reading Preferably something without vocals and a steady beat so it can be more like white noise to drown out other noises rather than music, if you know what i mean. A catchy song would derail me pretty fast
I should peep that. I do love the first Eno ambient record, particularly
Eno? who or what is that?
nope…and didn’t really care for that album either. too slow…
i like to play her album covers of classical works while i am doing focus based things.
Agree 100 percent. That’s why I dig the Cattaneo deep house mixes. No vocals.
I used to listen to a lot of Lenny Ibizarre when i was studying.