How Will We Make Music in 200 Years?

A group of innovators were asked to imagine what music will be like in 2214. If they’re right, it could be pretty bizarre

Artist Yoshi Sodeoka envisions musical instruments carried in satellites orbiting the Earth that would be able to “neutralize nations at war." (Kim Laughton)
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Post Singularity: Graphic Artist Kim Laughton

Let’s cut to the chase: Kim Laughton offers a pretty bleak take on the future of music. Actually, not just of music, but all of humanity. He assumes that no humans will be left on Earth by 2214; instead the only thing that might pass for music is the buzz of supercomputers that will cover the planet’s surface.

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