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RE: Relaxing and Focusing music #11
(09-07-2020, 08:08 AM)green314 Wrote:
(09-07-2020, 04:54 AM)zorrophreak Wrote: I've been using Brain.fm for a while and its made its way to being the most effective focus music that I've found. Some lofi and light electronic music works, easy cyberpunk music works really well with me but Brain.fm takes the cake for being most effective.

Yes but you have to pay for it.
Then that's not part of my equation.

In over 3 decades of computing, I've yet to pay a single penny for music & software. That aside, It does offer "5 free sessions". Any Idea what that serves?

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RE: Relaxing and Focusing music #12
(09-07-2020, 10:08 AM)mothered Wrote:
(09-07-2020, 08:08 AM)green314 Wrote:
(09-07-2020, 04:54 AM)zorrophreak Wrote: I've been using Brain.fm for a while and its made its way to being the most effective focus music that I've found. Some lofi and light electronic music works, easy cyberpunk music works really well with me but Brain.fm takes the cake for being most effective.

Yes but you have to pay for it.
Then that's not part of my equation.

In over 3 decades of computing, I've yet to pay a single penny for music & software. That aside, It does offer "5 free sessions". Any Idea what that serves?

My first session was enough to get me on board, but cost is a factor. You mostly pay for the user experience because I could find independent videos or tracks that work as well they just lack the ease of access and the infinite looping. 5 free sessions are nice and lets you get a feel for it, but it easily has free alternatives.
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RE: Relaxing and Focusing music #13
I'm sorry but (up to now) I never paid for an online resource (book, premium, etc) and I do not want to break the streak now.

I will continue studying with my method with free music. Besides, motivation and consistency are the key of study and focus; not certainly an expensive subscription on a website will suddenly make you study 10+ hours a day.
(This post was last modified: 09-13-2020, 07:13 AM by green314.)

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RE: Relaxing and Focusing music #14
(09-13-2020, 07:04 AM)zorrophreak Wrote: My first session was enough to get me on board, but cost is a factor. You mostly pay for the user experience because I could find independent videos or tracks that work as well they just lack the ease of access and the infinite looping. 5 free sessions are nice and lets you get a feel for it, but it easily has free alternatives.
Appreciate your feedback.

There's (predominantly) a free alternative for a given service/software, but I find that many lack the features of their paid counterpart- to some degree. That said, I have come across equivalents which are just as good, If not better.

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RE: Relaxing and Focusing music #15
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RE: Relaxing and Focusing music #16
I have the same interests as you about the ringtones about the game, if you are like me, you can access the address to listen and at music at:
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(This post was last modified: 03-22-2021, 05:01 AM by phomtom.)

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RE: Relaxing and Focusing music #17
Thank you for sharing with us!

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RE: Relaxing and Focusing music #18
i listen to https://rainymood.com/
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RE: Relaxing and Focusing music #19

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RE: Relaxing and Focusing music #20
I actually never thought of using this before, and let me tell you, I have been using the mynoise website all the time now. It is just so relaxing. I love how you can edit the noise levels per sound such as rain, rumble, etc. Thanks for the share, I will most definitely be using this more often now.
(This post was last modified: 06-05-2021, 08:46 PM by Waifu.)

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