What would music be like in the future?

In the future, artists will push the concept of evolving music much further. Instead of releasing a static recording, artists could release music that is dynamic, fluid and open for reinterpretation, remixing and reimagining.

Will music be different in the future?

The future of music will most likely follow the same trends we are seeing in modern technology. It will be incredibly social similar to social media, it will become increasingly computer-based and A.I.

What is the future of music consumption?

The Recording Industry Association of America reported that the revenue of paid streaming, ad-supported streaming, and radio streaming grew by 12% to $4.8bn during the first 6 months of 2020. Even Goldman Sachs predicts that the recorded music streaming market will be worth around $37bn by 2030.

How will music industry change in the future?

In general, the music industry of 2021 will likely have some resemblance to that of last year. Artists, companies, and social media will continue finding ways to survive and thrive without relying on live performances and by leveraging the world’s dependence on remote technology for communication and entertainment.

What is the sound of the future?

Sound Of The Future is a not-for-profit organisation that runs music and creative writing programs aimed at young people between the ages of 8-26 years. Our goal is to utilise new and innovative solutions to curb destructive cycles of poverty, health disparities and lack of opportunity in our community.

How will the music industry change in the future?

What artists are the future of music?

25 Artists Shaping the Future of Music

  • slowthai.
  • Lil Miquela.
  • Octavian.
  • Steel Banglez.
  • Divide & Dissolve.
  • Philipp Ilinskiy.
  • Rosalía.
  • Shabaka Hutchings.

How is music used today?

Music can raise someone’s mood, get them excited, or make them calm and relaxed. Music also – and this is important – allows us to feel nearly or possibly all emotions that we experience in our lives.