On reading the Hubspot article, the parallels here with the music industry are many. The increase in use of technology can enable those with little "traditional" musical talent to produce broadcast quality music consumed by the masses.
The greater the number of people using the available technology to produce songs, the less considered musical craftsmanship overall goes into creating the music we hear every day.
In turn, the expectation of what makes a great song can be diluted as - over time - expectations are lowered and finding an original, deeply-connecting musical experience becomes more like a needle in a haystack for many.
The purpose of my post was not so much about whether technology should be used in creating music, but to what extent it is taking over from human interaction in the creative process of making music.
What do you think - are we moving too fast for our own good?
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