He expressed displeasure on how the music industry is changing. He said that with more computerised equipment, studios are becoming cheap.
He remarked that a recording studio used to have more space and equipment during our days and people used to trust those who know the craft. He said that a studio engineer has become more important than a composer.
He claimed that recording studios are offering services for Rs. 150 or even Rs. 75 per hour and quality for a good film will not be attained at such costs.
He said that South Indian film Industriea have become so reluctant to look at composers for more than 3-4 films and hence, the grooming of a music composer is not happening at all.
He predicted that the changes will be more dangerous as respect for a composer is no longer found. He also said that stories and lyrics are going down in quality with years.
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