The Best Music to Listen to While Studying

I have done a mass of research and experimentation with music to create the best study environment where ever I go. Brainwave entrainment is no longer a myth of untested rumor and is now recorded as an effective way to transition the brain to particular peak performance states. Of the programs I use I find the following the best of those that I have tried.

1. iMusic – IvyFocus. One of the most effective audio’s I have ever tried comes from Volition Thought House in their iMusic (ignited music) IvyFocus study audio. It was created to replicate the ideal mindset for memorization and a calm but focused mind. It is also great for writing and keeping consistent focus for long periods of time. During finals I would use this for about 5-10 hours at a time while I wrote, read and memorized. This is not necessarily for increasing cognition, just focus.

2. Advanced Brain Techno – Music For Concentration/Music For Learning. I found both of these tracks quite effective for general concentration, music for learning being for learning new concepts faster while concentration being for focusing your attention quickly and easily on a given task. Concentration is great for writing and keeping focus for small to medium projects.

3. BrainSync – High Focus/Deep Learning. High focus is great for brain intensive tasks like analytical writings or any type of math. Deep learning is for remembering what you read and memorization. I use high focus for intensive philosophy papers that require I stay on a flow of thought for up to several hours.

I personally enjoy iMusic products best and I own more of them than anything else. But this is a tiny compilation of 5 years of trial and error with loads of work-while-full-time-student- cash both invested and wasted. I love neurological processes and how our brain reacts with different musical stimuli. I am continuously searching for various audio’s that change the brain in different ways. I don’t expect everyone to have the same results as I have experienced, but I really hope they feel the same change I have felt.

As a note, most often people who do not feel they aren’t moved by music tend to feel far less than those who need music to get by during the day. The brains of these people are tuned to accept brainwave changes very easily and thus feel the change various brain states caused by music sound waves. This typically explains why person x thinks brainwave entrainment may be hearsay and untrue rumor while person y who enjoys listening to music and loves the feeling music gives them will feel much more from it. It’s not the music that’s crap and doesn’t work, it’s our reaction to it. Like saying a muscle powder doesn’t work but it does for your neighbor. You just react differently to various stimuli.

I have done a ton of research on this and this is what I have found to be the best music for studying. Nothing comes close.