Music used to be concerned with sound, real sound.  We need to keep in mind how the definition has changed under our very noses, helped if not actually pushed, by the MuzApp industry.  Dependence on recordings to "increase" appreciation has, in fact, dampened any sense of participatory listening, which is what real music is and upon which its survival depends.
In order for real music to survive we must be more insistent that real sound is what we hear when we go to concerts, rather than the imitation of recorded sound which has, alas, become the too-frequent norm.
If I were alone to notice this I would not bring it up so publicly.


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