Music is so fundamental, even stars can become instruments with the right tools. And in turn that means your audio affects your focus, your mood, and your energy level. WiredVibe is designed to turn out personalized music that keeps you on task, and you can save on a lifetime subscription during our ongoing Cyber Monday Sale.
Tested by top universities, including the University of Michigan, WiredVibe was inspired by the trend of "study with me" videos online. it's powered by an AI that personalizes your music starting with external factors, like the weather, what you're doing, and how engaged you need to be while doing it.
From there, it starts building a three-dimensional soundscape specifically for that moment, which will dynamically change over time as it gets new input. This also helps deflect distractions, as annoying sounds won't be able to find a frequency you're not already using.
Why AI Music?
In the long term, the goal is to develop "brainwave entrainment." Our external setting affects how we work, as anybody who's tried to read a book when somebody's watching a too-loud TV in the next room knows, and music gives your brain a pattern it can build off of to put you in a proper headspace to work, sleep, or exercise.
Featured on Benzinga and Jumbo News, WiredVibe's music is designed to feed you a unique pattern every time, so you never get bored. And since you have unlimited tracks, you'll never run out of music, either.
If you need visuals as well, WiredVibe has virtual workspaces, so you can set the stage for work with video cues as well as audio. It also includes a Pomodoro timer and a to-do list to stay productive. If you're tired of being distracted, WiredVibe gives you a bubble of study space anywhere you've got a web browser.
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