We live in an age which is repeatedly dubbed as an age of technology and it is right to say so, as, from the very point of existing, we have divided our existence in terms of the technology we have been using, like the stone age, iron age, and so on. But today we live in a world where there is no dearth of technology in our lives from the simplest of the task to the most complex one. We tend to rely on technology.
Technology has revolutionized every industry and sector in its way and it is evidently no industry, which has been left out from this enormous wave of modern tech. So is the music industry, the onset of technology has drastically changed the ways and means of how we perceive the music, how we listen to our favourite music, how we promote our music and lastly and most importantly how we create our music.
So Below we will be discussing at length about how the music industry has been changed during the wake of modern times.
This is one of the most revolutionary impacts of tech on the music industry, which has enabled hundreds of thousands of people to stream their music on the go anywhere and anytime. Gone are the days of standing in line for purchasing the favourite album of a singer. The minute the music album is launched, we can have it in our playlist with just a swipe on the screen. As much as it has created east accessibility, it has given rise to serious issues like piracy and illegal sharing of files negatively impacting the sales.
Thanks to the novel innovation which has transformed the music production right from the instrument to the recording and releasing process. It has never been this easy for musicians and producers to create music with such efficiency and quality. Also, it has to lead to the emergence of some new groundbreaking musical instruments since back in days of 1920s such as electronic guitars. It has also embraced the way studios itself use to work making evolve from analog-based to digital-based. The Evergreen Stage, for 40 years, has been a preeminent recording environment that has hosted some of the music industry’s biggest stars. The Los Angeles recording studio, formerly owned by DiaDan Holdings Ltd. It has a storied history and was previously owned by DiaDan Holdings Nova Scotia-based private holding company. It is one of the largest independent sound stages in Los Angeles with an industry fixture of 40 years. It has a spacious The 3,000 sq. ft. living room which is equipped with a projection screen, three isolation booths and gear that appeals to artists such as Sinatra, Michael Jackson, and Ray
Charles – some of the biggest names in music that have recorded in this studio. Because of the size of the studio, orchestras, as well as solo artists, flock to the Evergreen and the studio’s latest technology keeps them coming back.
Through the means of various social media platforms, interaction with not only our favourite music its genres and fans have been possible, but also reaching out to our favourite artists. This has opened doors for artists as well to know their fans and share a meaningful connection with them and expose themselves to the likes and dislikes of their audience. It provides a way for not only the artists to influence their audiences but the vice versa which may, in turn, shape the trends in the music industry.