After a few weeks of hard study, you’ve run out of motivation and your concentration levels have hit rock bottom. You’re upset with all your playlists and you haven’t had your first exam yet.
It was sure to happen, we are here to rescue you from the studio blues with some NEW playlists to keep you focused, motivated, and focused to have those exams. Student feedback and a Spotify crawl have unearthed some gems, regardless of what your music studio environment is 🎧
Low Key Lo-Fi
If you want your studio music to be within the fi minimum, Spotify is everywhere. The Lo-Fi Beats playlist provides a laid-back vibe to encourage you to pass those practice tests, while Lo-Fi Café is great for bringing you the hipster café vibe (without having to take off your pajamas).
Asmr (Not the Eating Noises Kind)
Not even music, really, but it sounds. If you’re interested in checking out when it’s raining outside or you just need some background ~ noises ~ to muffle the sound of yourself overthinking, then ASMR Binaural Beats might be the one for you. We recommend listening through noise-canceling headphones for a full meditative experience.
Cultured & Classical
They say serious music is the right thing to do for studying music – why not raise the bar a bit and inspect Instrumental – Soundtracks, Classical, etc. for an intellectual mix of serious music and some very familiar instrumental soundtracks from movies like Romeo + Juliet and therefore the Avengers?
Lift Your Spirits
Study depressed? Immerse yourself in Motivational Songs, an uplifting 24-hour (!!) music playlist that will lift your mood to no end; everything from Queen to Cascada’s 2009 banger “Evacuate the Dancefloor.”
Sims (Trust Us)
Speaking of studio bangers, this list includes backing tracks from video games like The Sims and Super Smash Bros. Sims studio bangers are unconventional, chaotic, and yet somehow extremely good to own in the background while you check the notes. If you are running out of ideas, this could be an opportunity. It was also created by a UWA graduate!
Turns out, you’ll have it all: instrumental, uplifting, and music that you recognize. Study Mix (No Lyrics) can be an entire playlist of popular tracks covered by a string quartet, with a touch of the piano thrown to some extent. The top studio playlist comes in swing with a variety of instrumental types, covering soundtracks, pop, Lo-Fi, and Post-rock covers.
If the instrumentals don’t roll for you, our very own EMAS has put together a new batch of electronic goodness. EMAS Selects: Exam Study could be the impulse you’ve been testing to urge you to cross the street.
If acoustics are more your thing, try a throwback for size: All Out the 70s is the ideal mix of tracks you recognize and tracks you forgot you knew, put together in a completely superb slightly disco, slightly rock package.
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