An interesting question, isn’t it?
Electronic music is still one of the most important genres in the world, and is increasingly recognised as one of most important artistic and commercial fields in the 21st century.
In 2017, there were 1.8 billion people listening to electronic music on Spotify, and 2.6 billion people accessing it on Pandora, according to the US Music Publishers Association (MPA).
That’s more people listening in one day than listening to pop music for a year.
Digital music is increasingly ubiquitous, as is its ubiquity.
What’s behind this?
The biggest reason for this popularity is a combination of innovation, creativity, accessibility, accessibility through streaming and, of course, the ease of buying and streaming music.
There’s also the issue of people being able to listen to music on devices that have no speakers.
So what does this have to do with us?
Firstly, we are very lucky to have a vast array of products and software that allow us to play music, and these products can help us to experience a variety of different musical styles.
Second, we have a large variety of media and software platforms that allow our ears to be used to listen.
Third, there is a huge amount of music that is available on the internet.
And lastly, there are all sorts of apps that are available on smartphones and tablets that allow you to play or stream music.
All of these things combine to give us a wide variety of ways to listen, as well as being able to access different types of content from different genres, styles and artists.
As for accessibility, many of these products are accessible to people who are blind or have other impairments, and they offer the ability to listen in ways that might be unfamiliar to the average person.
The question is, how do we use these new and emerging technologies?
It’s certainly possible that we will have to move to digital listening in a big way in the future.
It’s also important to remember that technology is evolving, and we need to adapt to it.
But for now, I think we should recognise that the future of music is digital.
I’ve always been a big fan of digital, and I’m happy to say that this technology is already starting to change the way I listen to my favourite music.
So, what do you think?
Are you a fan of electronic music?
If so, what’s your favourite type?
Let us know in the comments below.