By Mark Isaiah David When you get a 27-year old (Taylor Swift) to single-handedly change the policies of the biggest tech company in the world (Apple) not even 24 hours after posting a simple open letter, when clips of reality TV shows such as The Voice or X-Factor get a bajillion more hits than a parade of scantily clad supermodels, and when you ride the MRT or walk down any street in the world and you see the same sight – people with their earphones on and lost in their own worlds – the truth is evident: music is big, music is everywhere, music is interwoven to our lives. The popularity of music is intrinsic with how we consume and share it. From prehistoric times where music was critical to communication and passing down tribal oral traditions to how free access to digital files is changing the nature of the music industry today, the very act of song sharing is what makes music alive. It is through that process – from the musician to the listener – that music is born. Here’s a rundown of significant ways how we consumed music, and coincidentally, how people have related to music through… Read full this story
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