The disruptive shift in music business, mainly caused by a shift in technology often is represented as being dramatically changing the artists' life - "dramatically" as in "horrifying".
But, there are claims hinting to another perspective, opening a much different view: Does music benefit from this change? And how?
Does it result in a mere marginal impact, or is it considered to be a rather broad impact? Something, that might cause for a positive mutation of music business and culture?
After all, what might be the effect in the long run?
This session is hosted by MUSIC NETWORX.
Theme track POLITICS & CULTURE is presented by ZEIT ONLINE.