There is absolutely no doubt modern non-orchestral music is trash.I find most music of the 2000s to be rubbish, and this guy pretty much explained what I was perceiving.
So, I’m not buying any music. Instead I listen to my older stuff and Google Music stream for free anything I don’t already have.
Is it a collection, if you don't own it? Leave Apple Music and DRM ensures the songs leave too, AIUI.
There is absolutely no doubt modern non-orchestral music is trash.
Even worse, this trash is polluting our ears when we enter many different public places. Retailers are a huge offender.
There's a reason why I use noise-cancelling headphones to listen to orchestral music instead.
That's exactly what I meant. Also, as I'm a complete Apple person, I have no reason to foresee myself ever leaving the service. So it is essentially all my collection.I'm not sure what Jason was referring to, but Apple Music allows one to integrate one's own digital collection (paid downloads,CD rips, etc.) with the streaming service. For example, you could create a playlist containing both your own stuff and songs on the streaming service. The ability to supplement one's own collection with 45 million additional tunes could certainly be seen as revolutionizing one's collection.
Care to elaborate? My free 2 year premium subscription expired while I was in Europe last summer but I was still able to renew my subscription and even verify that I'm a student so as to get the discountSpotify user as part of a family plan. I can tell you that it’s an issue if your account runs into problems when you are out of the country. You can’t get back into the account until you return to Canada