Music is a universal language that binds all humans together in a very real way. While the specific styles and genres of music listened to by different cultures vary wildly, they all share common ground. In other words, music is a very powerful force.
It’s been true for a long time: the music industry is in a state of flux. The Internet having upset the apple cart that had been trundling merrily on for several decades. Now, each of us has multiple options open to us for getting our music fix. This multitude of options forms the basis for this week’s We Ask You debate.
Thank You For The Music
We want to know, How Do You Obtain Music? The vast majority of people listen to music in one form or another, so we simply want to take the current pulse of the MakeUseOf readership by discovering where each of you sources your music from.
As usual with this column we don’t just want a one-word answer. Instead, tell us how you source your music and then explain the whys and wherefores behind your response. Whether you buy physical media, purchase digital downloads, stream through a dedicated service, use a form of piracy, or simply listen to the radio, we want to hear all about it.
All comments will be read and most will be replied to, before a follow-up post is published containing the We Ask You Results.One reader will even win Comment Of The Week, which will be included in the follow-up post!
We Ask You is a column dedicated to learning the opinions of MakeUseOf readers. This column is nothing without you, as MakeUseOf is nothing without you.