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 Post subject: Re: Listening to music while programming
PostPosted: Sat May 25, 2019 11:47 pm 
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Any string quartet by Haydn, Mozart, or Beethoven.

The Goldberg Variations.

Otherwise, a nice bit of outlaw Country (Waylon, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristoffeson, Steve Earle, Guy Clark, etc.)


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 Post subject: Re: Listening to music while programming
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For me, music is a distraction which saps some of my attention from coding. I prefer a quiet environment.


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I've been listening mostly Silent Hill Ambience mixes and some lo-fi stuff without any words to keep my concentration.


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 Post subject: Re: Listening to music while programming
PostPosted: Mon Dec 30, 2019 1:15 am 
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i listen to music not only when i'm programming, but when solving my school math or physic problem, sleeping, awaking, going out, taking shower, chating with a friend and more. only time i dont have a handsfree in my ears are when i'm listening to my teacher at class or talking to a friend.
english musics i like are: dead petz by miley cyrus (pablow the blowfish and i had a dream), perfect by ed sheeren, i did something bad from taylor swift, leave a light on by tom walker and **** love and sad by xxxtentancion.

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Music is my life :) I always listen to music, if it's possible. I recently have discovered a band named Caravan Palace and I just love their music.

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 Post subject: Re: Listening to music while programming
PostPosted: Thu Jan 02, 2020 7:44 am 
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mmdmine wrote:
i listen to music not only when i'm programming, but when solving my school math or physic problem, sleeping, awaking, going out, taking shower, chating with a friend and more. only time i dont have a handsfree in my ears are when i'm listening to my teacher at class or talking to a friend.
english musics i like are: dead petz by miley cyrus (pablow the blowfish and i had a dream), perfect by ed sheeren, i did something bad from taylor swift, leave a light on by tom walker and **** love and sad by xxxtentancion.


That's awesome, yet I prefer Enigma to Cyrus or Sheeran.
May God bless you as a holy programmer.

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 Post subject: Re: Listening to music while programming
PostPosted: Thu Jan 02, 2020 8:13 am 
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TimothyARyazanov wrote:
mmdmine wrote:
i listen to music not only when i'm programming, but when solving my school math or physic problem, sleeping, awaking, going out, taking shower, chating with a friend and more. only time i dont have a handsfree in my ears are when i'm listening to my teacher at class or talking to a friend.
english musics i like are: dead petz by miley cyrus (pablow the blowfish and i had a dream), perfect by ed sheeren, i did something bad from taylor swift, leave a light on by tom walker and **** love and sad by xxxtentancion.


That's awesome, yet I prefer Enigma to Cyrus or Sheeran.
May God bless you as a holy programmer.

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thank u bro=)) happy new year. i'll try to write in the best way i can.
i listen taham more. he's a persian rapper. among english musics which i have i like these more. perfect is only music i have from ed sheeren, a friend sent it, i dont have many english musics and i dont know enigma, if (s)he is a singer.

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 Post subject: Re: Listening to music while programming
PostPosted: Thu Jan 02, 2020 12:30 pm 
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mmdmine wrote:
TimothyARyazanov wrote:
mmdmine wrote:
i listen to music not only when i'm programming, but when solving my school math or physic problem, sleeping, awaking, going out, taking shower, chating with a friend and more. only time i dont have a handsfree in my ears are when i'm listening to my teacher at class or talking to a friend.
english musics i like are: dead petz by miley cyrus (pablow the blowfish and i had a dream), perfect by ed sheeren, i did something bad from taylor swift, leave a light on by tom walker and **** love and sad by xxxtentancion.


That's awesome, yet I prefer Enigma to Cyrus or Sheeran.
May God bless you as a holy programmer.

Although you have a lot of grammatical mistakes, we at OSDev understand this.
There are thousands of users from around the world (China, Middle East, Africa, US, Europe, Australia) that commit mistakes.
Meanwhile it's a new year for us, though Nowruz will be coming soon!
No offence to anyone.
#happynew2020

thank u bro=)) happy new year. i'll try to write in the best way i can.
i listen taham more. he's a persian rapper. among english musics which i have i like these more. perfect is only music i have from ed sheeren, a friend sent it, i dont have many english musics and i dont know enigma, if (s)he is a singer.

Enigma is a musical project formed in 1990 by Michael Cretu and his wife Sandra, who are both singers.
Some songs are actually peculiar to the ears of first-time listeners
Music is not only British, it may be also American, Canadian, Australian and so on.
Though Sheeran is quite new to the music industry, I still prefer new age music to rap.
Will check out Taham soon, shukran. Sorry if I don't know Farsi, Arabic seems easier to me.

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 Post subject: Re: Listening to music while programming
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@TimothyARyazanov Persian and Arabic are a little similar today, but completely they have different base. When Arabs attacked to Iran and took it, Persian has mixed with Arabic. Now we use Arabic alphabets to write and we have many Arabic words in Persian.
Taham has some Russian friends I think one was Kia Violla. They sometimes work together. For example chorus of "Dibache" is Russian and is sung by Kia. Dibache means preface and is first track of "Degaran Tribe" mixtape.

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 Post subject: Re: Listening to music while programming
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mmdmine wrote:
@TimothyARyazanov Persian and Arabic are a little similar today, but completely they have different base. When Arabs attacked to Iran and took it, Persian has mixed with Arabic. Now we use Arabic alphabets to write and we have many Arabic words in Persian.
Taham has some Russian friends I think one was Kia Violla. They sometimes work together. For example chorus of "Dibache" is Russian and is sung by Kia. Dibache means preface and is first track of "Degaran Tribe" mixtape.

Farsi had a different structure until the abjad was introduced by Arab crusaders.

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