Discussion in 'Listening Spaces' started by kuad, Feb 19, 2012.
What do you do when listening to music? read? go online? or......JUST LISTEN?
All of the above
With my turntable i just listen, at pc, some mp3:hdphones:, going online:yes:
Yep all of the above LOL
Nothing and everything.
Just listen most of the time.
Once in a while I'll do something else like borrow my wife's iPad and cruise the Internet.
Yeah, sometimes I just want to TRULY listen.
Past couple of months I've been using the stair master while listening to some great tunes. It helps make an immensely boring duty a little more tolerable.
Ohh, i forgot about this,
Level 7 for 45 minutes is my best so far on the 4000 pt. Looks like someone dumped a bucket of water over my bald head when I'm finished.
Right now I'm watching Golf, typing and listening. Oh, I'm working on dinner too.
30 min, medium level, wet-wet-wet
:beer: :sing: :drunk: : :gigglemad: :tears: uke:
Thats about right .
If one does anything at all other than listen, then it's not listening. It's 'hearing' music.
Listening means using your ears, nothing else.
For me, this is the exact same question:
What do you do when a movie is playing on the screen?
Most people don't clean, do dishes, read, or surf the 'net when a movie is on. Same with music for me.
I'm a multi tasker. Can't help it, just talented I guess.
Absolutely. I'm not saying that I really "Listen" at all times when the music is on. But that any outside activity takes away from the experience. No matter what some 'multi-taskers' claim, the human mind can only do one thing at a time successfully.
Depends on how busy I am,
mostly I just sit on my fat, spotty arse.
When I work I listen to background music as long as I'm not on a call, but when I listen to music that's all I do.
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