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Hey Ron! How are you?
Yeah, there are some tasks that need special music.
I think there are some fantastic soundtracks to movies. I'll try those.
Thanks for the recommendations.
Cheers,
Linda
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On 5/3/17 4:20 PM, Ron Ruff wrote:
> I choose music based on my mood and what tasks I am working on. I can 
> Photoshop with complicated lyrics going on. But when I am working in 
> 3D, I need down tempo instrumentals to help me focus. I used to use 
> Pandora a few years back, but now, I just use youtube to play entire 
> albums, or compilations.  It might seem silly, but I like to listen to 
> scifi movie original soundtrack albums. Try Oblivion and Interstellar 
> and Inception... Your results may vary...
>
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> On Wed, May 3, 2017 at 6:00 PM, Linda Feltner-GNSI <[log in to unmask] 
> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>
>     Thanks, Megan!
>     Linda
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>     Linda M. Feltner
>     Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, President
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>
>     On 5/3/17 3:59 PM, Megan Mosier wrote:
>>     Adam Young Scores! It's a project where Adam Young put out an
>>     original soundtrack a month. Each one is about a histoical event.
>>     He created soundtracks for Apollo 11, the sinking of the Titanic,
>>     the journey of the Endurance (the ship that hit pack ice near
>>     Antarctica and the whole crew survived!) and several other
>>     events. They're pretty awesome and make great working music.
>>
>>     Megan Mosier
>>
>>     On Wednesday, May 3, 2017, Linda Feltner-GNSI <[log in to unmask]
>>     <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>>
>>         Totally Tangent (sort of)...
>>
>>         Can anyone recommend some good "working music" on Pandora?
>>         They repeat the same things. I LOVE it, but just need some new.
>>         I am getting tired of my selections, and I'm not one to
>>         randomly try out albums. Any recommendations will be helpful
>>         to the ol' creative process (It's all for art, isn't it?)
>>         I usually listen to Classical, Baroque. Haydn, Albinoni,
>>         Corelli, Telemann, Handel, Boccherini, Locatelli, Bach,
>>         Mozart...
>>
>>         Non-verbal, please.
>>
>>         Cheers and more chocolate, and good music.
>>         Linda
>>         -- 
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