“I love the way music turns all these techie devices like PCs, mobile phones and iPads into personalised juke boxes and I love how the internet lets me connect with fans wherever they are in the world.”
“Music is available to everyone at the touch of a button. Please try and only use those services that actually pay the artists, songwriters and producers, rather than those that don’t.”
The gradual transition from analogue to digital music overwhelmed everyone – fans, musicians, agents, producers, record labels, and music stores. With the inevitability of absolute transformation, what choice does the music industry have, except to go with the musical flow?
Writing on a site entitled "My Digital Life", I'll assume that everyone has an interest in technology to some extend, and most will have smartphones, tablets, notebooks and the like lying around at home. I also assume that many of us are music lovers, and have music libraries worth quite a few days' listening. iTunes is probably in there, if not your primary choice, and with wireless syncing, it makes it a lot easier to manage music throughout your home. And then they leveled up. Enter Airplay..
La Mer - NIN
Why haven't I listened to this in such a long time? I've just been burning some time this evening going through some of my collection and I am disheartened (ever so slightly) to think that I haven't given any of this stuff a really good listen for a while! Stuff like...