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Offline leep
30 Apr 2012, 06:36 PM | Post: #11

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RE: Music you can write to

I tend to find any music I know well works, if it's new of features talking my brain seems to try and listen to it actively, while songs I know well it can just filter out into white noise.
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Offline skate Reading
01 May 2012, 09:30 AM | Post: #12

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RE: Music you can write to

I write to the music of Ron Korb or Patrick Hawes - both very relaxing.
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Offline Tim Stevens Reading The Leopard by Jo Nesbo
25 May 2012, 10:52 PM | Post: #13

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RE: Music you can write to

I like to write in silence as I find music too distracting, but while I'm in the process of writing a novel I do like to listen to offbeat music in between writing sessions, mainly in the car. By offbeat I mean modern classical like Schoenberg, Stockhausen or Crumb, or prog rock with unusual rhythms like Jethro Tull or King Crimson. They probably don't really put me in a more creative, receptive frame of mind in any neurochemical sense, but I feel that they do, which achieves the same effect, really.

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Offline Tim Stevens Reading The Leopard by Jo Nesbo
25 May 2012, 10:53 PM | Post: #14

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And I celebrate finishing a novel with a healthy, prolonged blast of Bruce Springsteen.
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