Focus@will is a new music service that helps you focus and retain information when working, studying, writing and reading.
Here’s how it works. Most people can only concentrate for a maximum of about 100 continuous minutes before needing to take a quick break to stretch, move about, maybe get a drink of water and so on before they resume for another session.
The system assists during a typical productivity cycle by gently getting you into the concentration flow and then keeping you there. It works in the background by subtly soothing the part of your brain, the limbic system, that is always on the look out for danger, food, sex or shiny things.
Each piece of music sequenced during the 5 phases shown [here] has a specific role in enhancing your focus and reading enjoyment. Characteristics such as musical key, intensity, arrangement, speed, emotional values, recording style and many more factors determine what is played where and when.