Jessica Keala

Why it’s Okay to Turn Music Digital

A common complaint that you will hear amongst a lot of older people every time they listen to current music is about how music is too digital now and how analog music is the better kind of music and so on. Of course, this is what they grew up with so it is not surprising that they happen to hold those views. In case you happen to be someone who is stuck and cannot decide, we are here to tell you that it is okay to listen to either or both kinds of music.

Listening to digital music is perfectly fine, and listening to music playing via analog instruments is also fine because, at the end of the day, music is just meant to be enjoyed. A lot of instruments are going digital and you will find different variants of them. The digital piano is one such example of an instrument that has become digitized.

There is nothing wrong with the digital version of instruments. In fact, one of the biggest advantages of these digital variations of classical instruments is that they are being sold at a much lower cost. A classical piano can cost you thousands of dollars whereas its digital variant will cost you a few hundred dollars. Of course, there is no denying the fact that the sound quality is not the same when you go digital, but you can still come up with some really good tunes and beats on these pianos. So, it is okay for you to go digital regardless of whether you have a low budget, are looking to learn quickly or if you happen to find yourself genuinely enjoying the way the digital variants make sounds. So, it is okay to love either one or both just as equally.