We touched on this topic in the earlier post 'How Do We Actually Listen To Music?' with an overview of the functions and potential applications of DLNA, however, it continues to be a lengthy theme! So read on for some the nitty-gritty of our thoughts on the subject.
Music has accompanied humankind since the beginning of time. But there was a long way between the first drummed rhythm, the introduction of universal musical notation, and the first sound recording in 1860 by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville's phonautograph. On this path, technology and music have always been closely intertwined and are still impossible to separate today. How has the way we consume music changed over the centuries until today?