Music is amazing.
We've all felt it, and It's been proven scientifically, (I guess that means a bunch of people with a degree made some officially recognised
experiments or something) that music helps concentration and productivity.
When I draw, or write, or daydream I love having a soundtrack to support me. And the few times I've managed to achieve the fabled
Flow state have happened when I found myself totally immersed in the moment
semi-hypnotised by the music.
It takes a while to happen, and I have to be in a 'letting go' mood.
That's why, for me, the longer the track the better.
I listen to a very broad range of music, all depends on the state of mind.
I've found great accompaniments in some Pink Floyd's pieces like 'Shine on you Crazy Diamond' as well as with some of their earlier more
And some great guitar classics like Jimi Hendrix's
Preferably the less lyrics, the more instrumental or guitar solo, the better.
But at times I'm in a more mellow mood, slower tempos like some trip-hop work wonders.
love that album.
Here's Hans Zimmer's already classic go-to instrumental piece, a great background when trying to focus.
Forget labels and genres, anyone else got some great music you like to immerse yourself into, to share?
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