What particular classical music do you like to listen to? Lindsey Stirling gives me a great middle ground between my two math music extremes.
She and Peter Hollens also have some great video game songs that I really enjoy.
This could be interpreted in several ways, but more particularly, I mean what music helps you best concentrate when thinking hard about 'deep' math (opposed to slamming out a problem set).
For me, it depends on what kind of math I'm doing.
Bitches Brew is my go to album when working on stuff that needs all of my focus but I need something to listen to. BE in such a scenario, but it definitely seems like it would work, so I'll have to try it out next time. If there is just a little bit of ambient noise that bothers me, I throw on isochronic tones.
If there is significantly more noise (like at a coffee shop or something) it has to be chill electronic music.I particularly like ' Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven'.Bad Bad Not Good's Album ' BBNG II' gets me pretty primed for problem solving.Doctor Emma Gray, a clinical psychologist in Britain, says, “If you choose the right music for the topic you are revising, it may stimulate learning and enhance concentration.” She also stated that,” Music can put you in a better frame of mind to learn.Indeed, students who listen to music can actually do better than those who don’t.” (Teo, 2013).In fact it is about combining two of the most lovable things on the list of students: Before I guide you as to how to come up with a cooperative playlist for your homework I’d like to make it clear that music and homework go alongside only when it involves written tasks.If you have quiz and you need to memorize books, music is strictly forbidden because contrary to popular conception human brain cannot multitask.Also, most things by Mingus or Davis are pretty good.In particular, the albums ' Mingus, Mingus, Mingus, Mingus, Mingus" and ' Bitches Brew', respectively, have always been good to me. BE is also really good for those deep thought sessions.Music is supposed to eliminate noise from your brain and help you out your thoughts together so you might need to make more than one playlists.Most of the kids find this homework therapy really helpful in building their stamina.