I'm a big fan of focusatwill.com, I used to use brain.fm but I think I like FAW way better.
I usually play whatever Apple Music is recommending (usually artist radio stations), because I don't want to get distracted figuring out what music to play.
Everyone likes to come to my stream and chill because i play such cool music: twitch.tv/h0h0h0
Or you can hit my Spotify Playlists up. The ones you get to are "Music I like" "Music I like 2" and my "Discover Weekly" - open.spotify.com/user/1221645…
Lastly, there is the beauty of "Music for Programming" - musicforprogramming.net/
I've been listening to a lot of Vaperwave recently. Easy for me to stay focused while listening. www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9L4q…
I usually listen to calm instrumental music without lyrics like Bonobo, a lot of post-rock or Spotify recommendations for focus that mostly contain kind of meditative tunes
I only listen to song that I already know very well. In that way I don’t get distracted that much.
If you're more into relaxed / dreamy type of electronic music, I highly recommend The "Night On The Terrace" series by nottradio on YouTube. My recent favorite is this one: www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YYyT…
Love EDM :) But I often work always-on with my product remotehour.com!
The later it gets the faster and louder it becomes. Now listening to Loxy on soundcloud.
Now this: soundcloud.com/a3jb/sets/rela…
Music/sounds can be distracting if you love music. So my top three non-music, music ways to stay focused are(in no particular order):
1. Ice-breaker ship sounds: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q_WKl…
2. Skate videos. The clack, clack sound of people doing tricks are like a Metronome for keeping my head focused on what I am working on.
3. Noisly - probably the best app for mixing.making your own background noise. Weirdly enough mu fav is a combo of airplane propeller + firecracker sound from a bunk fire o_O
If I go for music the old LTJ Bukem + MC Conrad sets are quite good.
Cool, was listening to Bukem just before I opened WIP :)
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