This music platform can actually help you focus — and you can get it for $30 for life

Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication.

TL;DR: As of Dec. 2, get a lifetime subscription to WiredVibe for just $29.99 with the code CMSAVE40.

Spotify and Apple Music are great for getting the party started, driving, winding down at night, or even getting some stuff done around the house. But in a world of distractions, your favorite songs and playlists definitely don’t do wonders for your productivity. Sure, you can find some instrumental tunes that quiet your mind and help you focus for a few, but knowing that the new Silk Sonic album is a click away makes it hard to keep the momentum going.

That’s where WiredVibe comes in. It’s a subscription that gives you unlimited access to personalized focus music. And it’s on sale for just $29.99 for life for Cyber Monday. 

WiredVibe uses brainwave technology to provide neuroscience-based visual and sound therapy optimized for getting work done. This technology alters neural oscillations accordingly and stimulates the cells inside of your ear through a set of specially-tuned noises, spatial audio techniques, and frequency modulation.

Artificial intelligence is used to create instrumental tracks and it adapts in real-time to personal inputs, like weather, activity, and level of occupation. The acoustic features are then added manually as part of the core technology and… voila! You have a great listening atmosphere for getting work done. Still in its beginning stages, the sound library is always being updated, tested, and improved.

Along with the unlimited sound library, WiredVibe also gives you access to a Pomodoro timer for additional productivity and focus, a to-do list, sound mixing and matching, and virtual video workspaces.

Valued at $1,198 with a $49.99 sale price currently, you can snag a lifetime subscription to WiredVibe for only $29.99 when you enter the code CMSAVE40 at checkout.

Person looking at WiredVibe home screen on laptop

Credit: WiredVibe

Source: Mashable

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