Downloading Music Creates Apathy?

I find it strange that easy access to music causes apathy.

In INQ7's Music downloading creates listener apathy--research, you'll read about how the "commoditization" of music has removed the emotional commitment once displayed by the pre-MP3 generation.

Strange.

People who gain easy access to radio and television display (sometimes extreme) attachment to this or that radio program or TV show. Why would easy access to music turn people the other way?

Or perhaps all this downloading makes people mutter: "They don't make music the way they used to."

No, easy access does not affect one's appreciation of a song. But if this research is a good representation of reality, then I dread the day people will say:"Is it the singer or the song? No, it's the download."

[ First posted on 01/11/2006 by Manuel Viloria ]



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