Hey there! Thanks for visiting the FAQ page. Here I try to answer some questions about my work, a little bit about me, and how to use the Study Music Project.
Q: What is Study Music? How do I use Study Music Project?
A: Study Music is music you put on when you’re trying to block out distractions while studying. There are several ways of using it, depending on your study style, but the most common way is to put the music on concurrently as you are studying.
Q: When should I use Study Music Project?
A: Anytime you want to study! But in particular, when you are having a hard time concentrating. For example, use the Study Music Project when:
-your roommate is being obnoxious, loud, and drunk
-you’re at the library, and the person sitting across from you is talking on their cell phone, and have no respect for you as a person or the rules set by the library
-you’re by yourself, and you find yourself day dreaming, procrastinating, or surfing facebook
-you’re at a coffeeshop, and two people sitting right next to you are having an incredibly loud conversation in a foreign language, then out of nowhere, one of them bursts out in the LOUDEST, most obnoxious laughter you’ve ever heard
-You’re at a quiet place, and you hear prolonged conversation in the form of whispers. It is worst than the noise of jack hammers.
The list goes on….
Q: I don’t study to music.
A: That’s totally fine. Study comes first. But, there comes a time in your studies, after the long hours, when you finally hit a wall. Unfortunately you can’t stop because your exam is tomorrow, but looking at your notes inevitably induces a vomiting reflex. Put on Study Music Project. Sure, your efficacy may be lower than silent studying, BUT the music will be surprisingly refreshing and allow you to continue.
Q: Who writes the music?
A: I do. All of these pieces are original and composed by me.
Q: The study music with drums in it are too loud and distracting!
A: Try the piano music.
Q: I like your music, but the piano music makes me sleepy…
A: Try the drums music.
Q: I can’t study to this music!!!!
A: Your volume might be too high, try turning it down.
Q: Do you have sheet music?
A: The biggest question I get ALL the time..
And unfortunately, the answer is “no.”
While, I totally appreciate your enthusiasm and support for desiring to learn these pieces on your own, I honestly don’t have that much time to produce them. I am also a full-time medical student, and the workload and time comment is nothing less of the most extreme intensity.
I only have a limited amount of time to do something musical (aka keep me sane), and I’d rather spend that time composing new music, while trying to write out old music. Sorry about that guys! I hope you all understand!