Throughout the years, I come to realize that the music industry, as vast and extensive as it seems, is expanding even further with the rise of technological integration of media and the engineering process. So, what does it take to do it right?
I agree the music industry has expanded a lot and the competition is becoming stiffer and stiffer. For facing the challenges thrown by the music industry all the composers and directors are working in a dedicated manner for keeping up with the expectations of their customers. But unfortunately while this challenge is boosting up the music industry then on other hand it is deteriorating the quality of the music.
I totally agree. I have been in the recording arts for almost a decade, professionally. Music has been my life since I was 4 years old. Taking the artist element out of the picture can hurt the quality of the art, but the technological aspect is, that we are able to produce quality efficiently which helps create more precise arrangements. I do miss the human element when it comes to creating music.
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