What Music do you listen to when you study?
Do you have some suggestions?
I know many people don't study with Music but for the ones who do, what do you listen to? =) It already sucks to study in the summer while your friends are cruising and partying so at least some music to uplift me ugh T_T
Updates: Most Helpful Guy
I have a wide variety of stuff I like to listen to for various reasons I'll post some below.
Love classical music because it evokes deeper thinking, and creativity and helps to unlock the brain in a way, these are some of my favorites I love the story they tell within the music. Mstislav Rostropovich - Halffter - Cello Concerto No 2 https://youtu.be/4vvfFSsyi6I Kabalevsky - Cello Concerto No 2 in C minor, Op 77 - Tarasova https://youtu.be/8Tb1m4KgQuo Then I enjoy more nature oriented music of one of my favorite YouTube artists, he makes this music all by himself. Relaxing Music - Night Mist youtu.be/6gE1FCNFG40 My other favorite Youtube artist who makes his own music. Emotional Fantasy Music - Dreams youtu.be/eQ3sJQ4O-no Then of course love Jazz, specifically Noir Jazz Peggy Lee - Black Coffee youtu.be/GVnrEh56f_g Graham de Wilde - Private Investigator A https://youtu.be/x_IImfpAIcI Most Helpful Girl
What Guys Said 36
I listen to music from anime. Not all of them, and not many either but there's this really good soundtrack from Death Note that really gets me going. It's called ''L's Theme''. This guy was a genius in the show and I suppose it was because after watching him the animators would play the music every time he did something clever or outsmarted someone and that's what got me liking the song. It reinforced the sound into a more special kind of sound since I listened to it at the time I saw something ''smart'' going on in the series.
i prefer classical music when studying or doing something that requires lots of concentration
I cheat a little bit and go to YouTube and think of a type of music I feel like listening to and key in (example "Piano music for studying") then I can read or work with my YouTube mix playing in background.
New age music. No singing, otherwise you will eventually start listening to the words and lose concentration.
I don't listen to music while studying but if I would... I'd choose some chill/slow electronic music.
too lazy to look something up now, might do it later.
Depends on what music you're into. If I listen to music while studying it's usually something more chill. A good bit of those songs come from Coloring Book by Chance The Rapper.
Usually classical, opera, music from the 1920's-1950's and scottish bagpupe music, id listen to celtic music but that puts me to sleep because its calming
Everything I like xD there is no 'study genre' for me
None. Too much of a distraction. Can get shit done better and faster without music.
Lol! You think I studied in school 😂😂😂. That's cute... Also, who the shit studies in the summer?
Classical or piano or a mixture.
i can't study at all, im a dyslexic
classical. Bach Beethoven.
I always listen to music 24/7 studying or not, But when i am studying I listen to any Deep house genre music, they are chill to focus on your task :)
Light pop, instrumental pop and 80's rock
I'd study with Debussy (a french composer) it's relaxed and "monotone" music :)
I don't really study. I can recommend Kiasmos though.
my spotify playlist. the weeknd, michael jackson, missy elliott, drake.
im well past study time but i always listen to uk grime
More from Guys
What Girls Said 21
I like to listen to instrumental stuff mostly, that way I don't get distracted by wanting to sing along to the music. I find myself listening to video game background music a lot.
Classical! Helps concentrate without disrupting
I can't listen to anything other wise it distracts me.
I could never study with music on because I'd get distracted.
Usually some electronica and prog house.
Listen to Taylor Swift it's so good
I can't concentrate with music on
A lot of classical and piano pieces; Instrumentals.
I can't have music playing while studying cause then I just get distracted.
I usually listen to rock or folk, or I turn on a show I've seen before.
Instrumentals of fast paced songs. It keeps me going and not let me fall asleep while studying.
classical alternative rock indie etc
The music of anxiety and self doubt
I usually would just put on some Eagles or Tom Petty.
Click "Show More" for your mentions