choosing a good music

by Asd fg (29.09.2021)

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Music is one way to ease your learning process. With this, you can be more motivated, more in the mood, and more focused.

But not all music can function the same. There are several music criteria that need to be considered, such as:
1. Avoid music with lyrics
Quoted from Healthline, any music that has lyrics in a language you understand will prove to be more distracting than helpful. You become more focused on the lyrics than what you are studying.
2. Choose slow instrumental music
Existing research generally focuses on classical music, but if you don't enjoy this genre, you could also consider soft, space, or ambient electronic genres. This is the kind you might hear at a spa or during a massage.
3. Avoid shocking or experimental music
Music that changes suddenly or doesn't have a steady rhythm can leave you second-guessing what to expect. This can distract your brain and keep you from focusing on your work.
4. Keep the volume low
Studying while listening to music should be kept at a low volume. If it's too loud, it can interfere with your thought process.
5. MP3Juices - Look for songs that have nothing to do with your feelings
Listening to music you love or hate can affect your ability to concentrate.
6. Stream commercial-free music, if possible
Imagine you're at the theatre, but a toilet paper advert interrupts and distracts you. Of course this also applies to your learning process. Your mind is so messed up.

Working from home or work from home (WFH) has many challenges. One of them is the noise that may be caused by other people in the house. Some people choose to work by listening to music to drown out the noise.

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