Let’s face it.
Music has come a long way.
From the moment it was first believed to have vaguely originated in the Paleolithic era until the moment it is now believed to have significantly upgraded in today’s modern world, music has touched everyone’s hearts in ways that no one else but them can ever understand.
You see, it’s not just all about the beats in music. It’s about the rhythm of music itself. You also see, it’s not just all about the lyrics in music. It’s about the message of music itself. Even more so, music is not just about what the composer is feeling. It’s about those who get to sing the song and those who get to hear the song – coming together in one epic performance that will not just touch their own hearts, but also every other heart around the world.
But just like any other industry facing significant changes, music is now an embodiment of technology – along with its continuous rise in every aspect of one’s life. That being said, let’s take a closer look on music with technology:
Music with technology has paved the road for easy online streaming access.
Gone are those days where you only get to play songs anytime you want if you both have a physical album and a portable device. Today, digital music services like Spotify allows you to play songs anytime you want even if you don’t have a physical album. All you need to have is a portable device, sign up using your Facebook account, and get access to a wide range of albums by your favorite artists – all of which you can play anytime you want, as well as anywhere you want.
Amazing, right? It’s just as Brian Prusinski believed in, which led to the birth of Caliber.