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For me, it depends on what type of music. I generally try to listen to instrumental styles of music (instr. rock, techno/house/trance, classical, jazz, lounge, you name it).
If I am listening to something with lyrics, I have to keep the volume a bit lower so that the lyrics aren't as much of a distraction.
..*From: rbilbao -at- us -dot- amadeus -dot- net
..*Subject: RE: environment
..*For those of you that listen to music on your headphones: how do you do it while
..*writing? When I was doing dummy-HTML-copy/paste work I could listen to music all
..*day and it didn't interfere. Now that I'm writing I can't do that. I find myself
..*typing the song's lyrics in the manual!
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