View Poll Results: How do you listen to your music?

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  • Actively (Fully enganged and not usually while doing other things)

    12 10.81%
  • Passively (While doing other tasks, e.g. to keep me in a good mood while working)

    26 23.42%
  • Both

    68 61.26%
  • I don't often listen to music

    3 2.70%
  • Other

    2 1.80%
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Thread: How do you listen to your music?

  1. #31
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    Feb 2010
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    Re: How do you listen to your music?

    I listen so I'm not bored. This can be while I'm working or not.

  2. #32
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    Re: How do you listen to your music?

    It totally depends with me.

    I don't listen to music with lyrics (that is, "traditional vocal" music) when reading anything of consequence, when studying, when doing abstract reasoning-based homework (math, for instance) because I find it far too distracting.

    I will listen to instrumental music, or trance/meditation music, or techno, as long it's not too obnoxious, when I'm reading or doing homework.

    As regards sound waves and ear drums and all that... I listen to music with my mind, but I hear it with my ears.

  3. #33
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    Feb 2007
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    England
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    Re: How do you listen to your music?

    Well for me, I like to listen to music when I'm studying to make it more interesting, but I also like to listen to music on it's own. When I'm studying though, I find regular music with vocals is distracting and puts me off, as I start following the lyrics in my head instead of concentrating!
    Current distro: Kubuntu 11.04 + KXStudio

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