As the CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs undisputedly established himself as an iconic game changer in the music business. He made music accessible in a way it had never been before, starting a revolution in the way fans obtain and listen to music. From the first iPod to the most recent innovations in cloud technology, Jobs’ earth shattering impact on the music industry is not just permanent – visionaries who follow him hopefully will build on his ideas and make music an even bigger and better part of our lives. Thanks to Steve Jobs music is available anywhere and everywhere, but in the process of this innovation music has been positioned as much more of a commodity. I believe it is important to not lose and misinterpret the value of music just because it is so easy to get.
Here at Altavoz music is something that is cherished and truly appreciated. It is more than just another product to add to a consumer’s repertoire. Music is an important part of life, providing motivation, inspiration, and comfort to the people who listen to it. No matter how the music industry changes it is extremely important to not lose sight of the value that music adds to our lives.
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