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Drum 'n Bass helps programmer to concentrate shocker

If there's better music to put me into the zone than drum 'n bass, I don't know what it is. It definitely helps me concentrate. What works for you?


March 3, 2007 04:31 PM

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Anthony Eden
(March 3, 2007 04:38 PM #)

When I code, 4-on-the-floor techno, without a doubt. When I write documentation I listen to hard rock...go figure. :-)

Dave Smith
(March 3, 2007 04:51 PM #)

Gregorian Chants are great for getting the brain in to Alpha state.

(March 3, 2007 07:26 PM #)

Detroit minimal techno. Not exciting enough to be distracting :)

assaf
(March 4, 2007 03:03 AM #)

House music with a lot of jazz in it, bossa nova and electronic music with a lot of latin influence.

Paul Brown
(March 4, 2007 05:27 AM #)

Techno is definitely good, although I'm more of an IDM person than a DnB person. Most recently, it's been Bach, played by Glenn Gould (of course), Brahms (string quartets), and Chopin.

Jarno Elovirta
(March 5, 2007 07:41 AM #)

When deadlines are about to make the whooshing noise as they go by, freeform hardcore at about 180 bpm is a must, but hardstyle/uk hardcore/hard-nrg will also get me there.

Eric
(March 5, 2007 05:18 PM #)

Metal works sometimes, but most of the time I just start paying too much attention to the songs.

casey
(March 5, 2007 07:13 PM #)

I wish I could listen to those tracks on last.fm right now. I've been liking the Frequent Flyer "Rio de Janiero" compilation lately.

Adam
(March 6, 2007 05:28 PM #)

Ambient.

GrooveSalad on soma.fm is my favorite.

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