The Economist: All Audio
Jul 2, 2019 The 19th-century invention of the phonograph left composers worried they might not be paid for recordings. The 20th-century proliferation of digital sampling outmoded old copyright laws. Can these previous tech disruptions of the music business teach us how to handle a 21st-century onslaught of computers that can compose their own songs? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.