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One Question Interviews: Planet B

Luke Henshaw (Planet B)

SPB: How has the increasing digitalization of music changed how you listen or record?

Henshaw: To me, with the increasing digitalization of music, a lot of what I hear is all sounding the same and I’m having a hard time differentiating who's who. There’s no creativity with the production. Everyone's sharing and using the same software with the same functions. I'm also finding a lack of actual song writing occurring right now as well. Digital programs make it so anyone with a computer can push 1 button and record a song, not anyone with a guitar. 

 

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Words by Loren on Sept. 22, 2016, 8:03 a.m.

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