Studiowave

Chillout tunes and inspiration

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Studiowave is a vibe machine for offices, studios and those who need focus. It mixes great instrumental beats with inspirational speeches to make your brain juice go fuzzy.

Reviews

  • Ganesh BabuArchitect, Designer
    Pros: 

    Neat Interface

    Intuitive

    Cons: 

    I personally find the speech part little distracting.

    I would love it more if there was an option to mix ambient noise (like rainfall, ocean waves etc) and instrumental music.

    Personally I feel it's difficult for me to concentrate on the speech part while working.

    I am doing this exact function using RainyMood right now, but your interface looks slick and is intuitive. I would love to have that functionality here.

    Ganesh Babu has used this product for one day.
  • Matthew DeloughryDeveloper and photographer
    Pros: 

    Interesting insightful and damn enjoyable

    Cons: 

    Let me save track to a playlist or offline! But no way near a con!

    As mentioned in a discussion point! This is an awesome little app! I often listen to lofi and other tracks of similar vein; however mixing them with the speeches is such an enjoyable experience! Such a simple idea but awesomely executed! I've now got a bookmark folder of my favourite mixes and has become my coding music 😁!!!

    Matthew Deloughry has used this product for one day.

Discussion

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NeefMaker@neefrehman · Adventures & Design @ustwo
Hey hunters! And thanks @mutlu82 😀 Studiowave is a fun experiment we've been working on over the past couple of weeks. The idea came about after playing some youtube videos of speeches and lo-fi sounds at the same time, and discovering how easy it was for them to sound just right together. So we got cracking to make a tool that can recreate the magic for everyone. It's been great bringing it all together, and I'm really looking forward to you guys trying it out. Cheers! And let me know what you guys think.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Haha, I really like this. I'll be listening to this all day.
Ian GreenhillMaker@ohjawbone · Something Something
@rrhoover Thanks so much, Ryan! Glad you enjoy
Matthew Deloughry@matthew_deloughry · Developer and photographer
This is an awesome little app! I often listen to lofi and other tracks of similar vein; however mixing them with the speeches is such an enjoyable experience! Such a simple idea but awesomely executed! I've now got a bookmark folder of my favourite mixes and has become my coding music 😁!!!
Avi Zuber@avizuber · Product Designer @ Eved
YEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSS!!!! I have come very close to mixing beats with speeches on my own because I love taking in info with beats. Looking forward to versions where you can upload or import your own tracks.
NeefMaker@neefrehman · Adventures & Design @ustwo
@avizuber Cheers Avi! Currently it's all done with youtube on the back end. Thinking about sticking a 'submit' button on there though. In the meantime let me know if there's anything you'd like to see on there
Joseph DangerMaker@josephdanger · Something Something
@avizuber Ah nice one man, it kind of happened by accident and now we can't stop listening to it. You think a submit button would be something you might use?
Avi Zuber@avizuber · Product Designer @ Eved
@josephdanger yeah, I was thinking that for the speeches part I would want to upload my own mp4 or put in a url of an mp4.
Jamie Shoard@jamie_shoard · Design/Founder Combo Studio
Awesome... not gonna lie, the title rollover animation is allllmost better than the actual concept :D Noticed on some of the speeches, the audio doesn't kick in for a while, is it possible to start playing the youtube video at a certain point instead?
NeefMaker@neefrehman · Adventures & Design @ustwo
@jamie_shoard Thanks! Yeah that's something I've looked into sorting out. The youtube API I'm using to get the audio from only let's you define start times when you're 'cueing' videos, which won't work with any of the shuffling or sharing logic I've used, sadly. I'll take another look into it soon to see if there's anything I can do :)