Writing Playlist

I didn’t realize just how important what I was listening to determined the strength of the connection to my muse. Now I know. Now, I’ll even go to youtube and listen to some binaural focus if I’m really struggling. These can be played underneath your normal playlist πŸ™‚

There are three main music lists I go-between. Two on Pandora, and one on Amazon Music, which I think you need a Prime account to use. Lots of free music there, as well as instant imports of any music, mp3 or CD, I’ve purchased through Amazon. On Pandora, my goto’s are the Chillout Station and Oracle Radio, which I just switched to from the Electronic Cardio Station.

Click to check out my Amazon Music To Write To Playlist. I especially love the Halo and Mass Effect Soundtracks, though Odesza’s instrumental-only puts me in a fantastic head-space for creative flow.

That is all πŸ™‚ Just felt like sharing…

  • What’s your favorite go-to music for creativity?
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