We have a McDonald’s generation of music consumers – Hans Zimmer
Music and it’s quality have been sacrificed for convenience. We place so much emotional and artistic emphasis on a idea for it to be later delivered in a lossy format called MP3. This is what we’re facing today with both music and video. The convenience, the prices, the sporadic growth of technology — it’s completely out of our hands. The content delivery business has overshadowed quality. While sales rises, quality control falls. What can we do about it?