Why do the musicians earn less than they used to ?
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Hana: Alright, so Ben, what do you think about the music industry recently?
Ben: Recently? Actually, you know I don't really listen to the radio so I'm not really sure about popular music, but one thing I do is I read a lot about music news, so one thing I've been noticing is with all of these new programs and websites like iTunes, Spotify, the free music ...
Hana: Like YouTube yeah?
Ben: YouTube. Yeah, YouTube as well. Like sometimes musicians, we don't ... No one buys CDs anymore.
Ben: Right? When was the last time you bought a CD? Do you remember?
Hana: I don't even remember. Probably like ten years ago.
Ben: Right, so like with the internet and the increase of everyone having high speed internet all around the world, I think the industry is changing a lot, especially for musicians and how they get paid.
Hana: Yeah, true.
Ben: It's interesting in that kind of way, but I think it's a little ... I think we need to change how we pay musicians because people can't make money anymore.
Ben: Used to sell CDs and receive a profit from that, but now people are on YouTube downloading music illegally.
Ben: Do you remember those programs that people ... What were they called? Like they were like downloader ... Peer to peer downloading software programs, like I think one of them was called Napster. It was one of the biggest ...
Hana: Was it?
Ben: Yeah, yeah. It was huge.
Ben: You would download this ... I remember, it was about 15 years ago. You would download the program onto your computer and you'd search for something. Let's say Madonna, which was actually my first song that I ever downloaded illegally was Madonna because I liked her when I was a kid.
Ben: Before my punk days.
Hana: Alright. Right.
Ben: So yeah, you type in the name of the artist you want to listen to and you'd down ... All these songs come up that people have placed on the internet.
Ben: And you can download that and you can keep it and listen to it as many times as you want for free.
Ben: And you didn't pay ... I didn't pay Madonna anything.
Ben: Right? In that way, I think the music industry has changed a lot.
Hana: Yeah, I think so.
Ben: Yeah, yeah. I'm not sure if it's good or bad, probably bad.
Hana: You think?
Ben: For artists I think it's not good.
Hana: For artists. Yeah.
Ben: Especially if they're not as popular, so if they do not have a very big record deal.