Music doesn't make you focus more, but makes it less boring
Some nice relaxed d&b does that for me
the retarded types of metal with the autistic screeching is what u need
u will go deaf in seconds
Try Debussy - Clair de Lune
Vivaldi - Spring. And so on. Thank me later.
how long have you been working there?
I had the same problems when I first started, noisy clock, keyboards and mouse clicking, people calling, music from the radio, but after a month or so I got used to it, I even fixed the wall clock because it broke and I turn on the radio when it's off xD
It depends, but largely I find music distracting from work/studying. When I'm studying math and I'm solving equations etc., I can listen to music (for me it is usually rock).
But when I need to learn/memorize something or when I read some article/thesis, music distracts me.
One tip I can give you is to listen to a band/singer the language of which you don't understand. That way the vocals don't distract you that much.
And then there are instrumentals/classical, of course.
Listen to either Sebastian Bach or Jean Sibelius
Some Birds ov Paradise if you're into electronic music.
Tired/Reflections by Boogie
Album: Everythings For Sale
Listen to our homie Avicii.
How can people listen music and read a book at the same time?? I can read 5 pages while listening to music and remember nothing
I'd recommend classical or lo-fi hip hop.
Classical is great because it doesn't have a lot of distraction going on in the piece itself.
Lo-fi hiphop is like classical in a way that it's smooth to listen to, without a lot of words in it (so you don't start focusing on the words instead of your work)
Those types of music are what I listen to when I have to focus :)
i know what you mean. I listen to rainfall when i go to the library. Also, pro tipp:
I need to study for pretty much the whole day, especially during exam periods. Start strong, i have a good breakfast (i have a place where i can eat) and then i study from 8:30 up until around 12. Its the most productive part of the day. I then have lunch, i finish eating rather fast and go home straight after. I have a 20-30 min nap, wake up, have coffee, have a shower. By 14:00 im back at the library and power through to 18-19. After that i have another short break, i enjoy some tea and the coffee shop near my library, chat with friends, get on hltv etc... At 20:00 until 21:30 or as long as i feel like it i will do a revision of what i have done during the day, seal everything in my mind in a norganized manner and it will really help with the next day by knowing what i have to do next. This sounds simple and boring but in this schedule you have 8+ hours of studying and you start your day at 7 and finish at 22. Leaving you plenty of time to enjoy your evening, go to sleep at 23 and wake up at 7 or 6:30 having had nearly 8 hours of sleep. Its a blessing.
You can do more or less but i find this to be a good balance to avoid you burning out. also you should not do this every day ofcourse. I reschedule to finish early some days so im home by 18:30 and i go to the gym or for a run and then socialize. Its really really helps keep you mentally stable. GLHF