AFTER ALL, IT’S A FAN-BASED INDUSTRY
The focus of music industry on smartphones has resulted in an arrangement of acoustically bargained scenarios. Music aficionados have been forced to put together home audio systems that are dysfunctional, for instance, iphones connected into old-age stereos, laptop speakers that are highly inadequate, etc. The entire experience of listening at home, which used to be a bastion of eminent fidelity perfection, was ostracized to an afterthought.
But the transformation is under progress. Smart speaker systems, which are capable of superior audio fidelity and can be connected to the Internet, are now revolutionizing the way how music arrives at people’s home, assisting unprecedented multi-user, multi-room, and multi-source listening experiences, and making the home, once again a best place to discover and enjoy the music via streaming.
Another fundamental switch resides in music creators discovering a fresh way to be heard and to create more connected and deep relationships with their listeners. It is a new standard, which requires an enhanced and different approach for music promotion and curation, but one that provides
Redefining the form of an art is nothing new, nor is the idea of streaming that started processing in the late 1930s with lift music.
exponentially improved control to artists over the method their creation is experienced. Music lovers of today demand a more practical engagement in shaping their personal bond with the artists and the music they love.
With the digital age of smartphones and smart speakers in between, the absolute potential of music streaming to notify the creative process stays infinitely promising and untapped.
The future belongs to those who can establish the most seamless link between the audience, the artist, and their work. It will be the music artists who will be responsible for defining how the future of music on demand is going to look like.
The future belongs to those who can establish the most seamless link between the audience, the artist, and their work.