Music is universal. You can listen to music without a vocalist; you can listen to music in different languages. You can use it to help you be more productive, to help you work out harder, to give you something to cry to. Music is the language of the soul, and it is a beautiful, universal language that we all connect to. That is why you can use music to improve your life. You can use it to be a better you. All you need to do is follow this guide to help you find the right music to enhance your life through your tunes:
Use Playlist Suggestions for Your Chosen Activity
There are as many variations of music as there are moods, activities, and people. can be a challenge, but to find what you are looking for you need to consider what it is you currently enjoy. A great place to start are in the curated playlists created by streaming music services like Spotify or Apple Music. You won’t like every song, but you can start creating your custom playlist for the mood or activity from them.
Stay on Top of New Releases
New releases of your favorite artists, suggested artists based on your interests, and just new music suggestions by these streaming services or news outlets are another great place to find music that you like. Refresh often though, as the indie new releases won’t be advertised for long.
YouTube Suggested Search
Everyone who has been on YouTube has gone through suggested videos and ended up in a place that they did not expect, for instance, from a beauty vlog to a video of a llama singing. Though these suggested searches can be funny, they can also be very useful. Start by searching for a song that you like, and go through the suggested videos from there. The more you do this, the more music you will find.
Ask Your Friends
If you want music recommendations from people that actually know you, then, of course, you need to ask the people that actually know you. They can share artists that they think they will like, or, if you are starting from scratch (for instance, if you get a new laptop and didn’t copy over your library), you can even copy their library and start from there.
Improving Your Music Listening Experience
Music is heightened when your other senses are heightened. So, if you want to work better, try chewing gum or new as you work and listen to music to put you further into the zone. This happens because these activities stimulate your senses, while not distracting you away from your work.