Are you one of those to hums along to musical beats while studying? Well music has proven a powerful tool to create a good and relaxed environment, as well as stimulate the mind and can be a great addition to your study routine, if you are one of those who likes a little bit of background noise. So what kind of music is best suited for you, well the answer is what works for you! But here are a few suggestions that can make the music-study combination a better mix.
• Go Classical – known to be calming and harmonious, it helps create a serene studying environment. It is recommended as on of the best music genre*genre*
➤ (n) a kind of literary or artistic work
➤ (n) a style of expressing yourself in writing
➤ (n) an expressive style of music
➤ (n) a class of art (or artistic endeavor) having a characteristic form or technique
…by BeeDictionary.com for students while studying, as it has indicated to improve productivity.
• 60 beats per minute – music that has a time tempo*tempo*
➤ (n) (music) the speed at which a composition is to be played
➤ (n) the rate of some repeating event
…by BeeDictionary.com of 60 beats-per-minute can help ease ones mind, allowing for creative thinking process to flow.
• Incredible Instrumental – some people may find listening to lyrics in a song distracting while studying. Opt for a modern instrumental music CD and get let the music soothe your senses.
• Sound of Nature – many people use the sounds of nature to meditate as it helps increase concentration levels, and keeps the mind engaged. Someone looking for an easy and soft music in the background can play soundtracks of a flowing river, rain, or the sea.
At the end of the day choose what works for you, but make sure you don’t end up planning your music that you forget to study. And keep the volume in check, its called background music for a reason.
So add some rhythm to the routine, and soul to your subjects. Music them up!