Study Music Project 4: Get Organized (Complete Album Music For Study)

This is the complete Study Music Project 4: Get Organized album on YOUTUBE! Use it to enhance your studies! Please subscribe and tell your friends about the Study Music Project!

To make the most from your studying don’t focus on the time you invest. Focus on the quality of your study session over the quantity you do. This is one of the key things we focus on and we absolutely think you can get twice the results in half the time. Make sure you grab the free audiobook Unlimited Memory by a chess grandmaster which will absolutely transform your results overnight if you apply the techniques.

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“Get Organized” Album Playlist:

1. Aurora Sky 00:00:00

2. Ballad in Autumn 08:52

3. Caramel Macchiato 00:15:12

4. Dear Diary 00:23:59

5. Evening Epiphany 00:33:14

6. Flight 302 00:37:08

7. Glass Palace 00:43:03

8. Harmony Echo 00:48:34

10. Just in a Memory 00:59:35

11. Knight’s Dream 01:06:08

12. Love for You 01:11:46

As you can see..the songs were actually composed IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER, in the spirit of getting organized. The songs on this album encompasses the music that I have written in my first two years of medical residency, AFTER I graduated from medical school.

You could also find this album for FREE on Spotify! Go to the link above.

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ALL MUSIC BY PRODUCED BY DENNIS KUO, MD

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My name is Dennis Kuo, and I am a resident physician. I am also the MUSIC COMPOSER of the Study Music Project. With my inhumane amount of exam cramming experience and music production, I bring to you my original pieces of study music to help you relax, focus, and concentrate.

Music composition, arrangement, performance, and production by Dennis Kuo

Artwork by Dennis Kuo

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  • Wow, everything you create is absolutely beautiful ;A; I can really see all the hard work and effort you put into your music, it’s wonderful! I just want to let you know you’ve been my to go to channel throughout my high school life when it came to studying. Your songs set my mind at ease when I work and keeps me from distractions. You helped changed my study habits drastically. I really hope to become as talented as you one day, I’ve been playing piano for years but still cannot create flowing pieces as magical sounding as yours!

  • Thank you. I really need music like this. I absolutely love it especially because it’s based on piano. Hope it would help me through my final exams in my final year of ancient Greco-Roman archaeology and classical studies of ancient Greek and Latin literature
    Good luck with your life.

  • Your music is just wonderful. Other music’s too distracting. Your music increases focus – which is obviously what you were going for. Awesome. P.S. 34:09 rocks. P.P.S. Listened to this again – and was gonna say ’34:09′ rocks. But then I realized I already said that.

  • This is beautiful, thank you so, so much for uploading your music. It has helped me through masters level work, I am very grateful and hope to contribute to the Study Music Project (when I start earning!) 🙂

  • I am an author of a graphic novel series. When my series transforms into an anime may I use some of you best work like jasmine tea and Evening Epiphany for my outros. Also if yes then they would be at 1.5 speed for maximum enjoyment. I understand if you decline but it would mean a lot to me and of course I would give you credit. I am 17 right now so it will probably be like 5 years before then but just keep my offer in mind and keep writing master pieces!

  • I went through a relapse into bad study habits, and staying up until 1 and never getting anything done. I rediscovered your project again and I completely forgot how much I accomplished using it. Your melodies dissolve my memories and locked them still in my mind; this is why I still remember things I have learned years ago. I’ve forgotten how beautiful these pieces had become since they represent hours upon hours of hard work and progress. Some of the pieces I might even want to be played at my funeral, and no matter how morbid that may sound, I think they are that special. When I came back, I was so happy to see you’ve kept uploading these wonderful videos, despite being so busy as a M.D. Good luck in the future for your research and projects! I hope you continue to make true art like this.

  • Oh man, I haven’t been here since my finals last year, but congrats on the M.D.! I remember you were in school when I first found this channel.