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Will The Future Of Pop Music Be A Gimbal App

Here is the concept: the problem with music today is there are too many choices and not enough quality control; we are inundated by musical choices and they are all at our fingertips, but it is nearly impossible to decide what to do with them. Over and above everything you might want to say about sales and bands and fans, there is too much choice and no way to choose.

But the future is getting very close and an app for Androids called Gimbal is coming closer and closer to truly revotionizing the way in which we discover music.

A gimbal itself is the pivot on a compass that lets it move in any direction you move, so if you wanna go South it will follow south (the picture above is exactly what it looks like) , so what it does is remain the same while you move and so you cn follow it. The “Gimbal App” is the same in one sense, it goes on your mobile cell and it responds to your environment. So, if you go into, say barneys, it will tell you automatically what you are looking for, where you will find, what the prices are, so on and so forth. So it is a pivot app, that reacts to where you are at any given time.

For an advertiser, it is selling you exactly what you want precisely when you want it.

For music lovers, it will read the music and lists you have, it will format playlists for where you are, in a gym, for instance, and based upon your distinct likes and dislikes. If you go to Barclay’s Center it will tell you about other shows that are similar or in the same place, male up play lists, introduce you to the bands you don’t know in styles you don’t know.

The gimbal app will know your needs better than you know your own needs, it will know where you are and react to your environment not just in music but absolutely in music. From a basic knowledge of where you live, what school you go to, who are your friends, and what yopu are doing it will build for you a music life from cradle to grave. The perfect song and the perfect band, it will choose new releases and let you stream them, tell you where tickets to these bands are,w here to read about them, who you will like coming up, and who you don’t even know yet.

From a Universe of choices, the Gimbal App (or some variant –that isn’t what is happening now, it is what will happen tomorrow) will track your tastes and your lifestyles into a perfect emersion into the sounds you want to hear and don’t even know you want to hear.

This is the end result of where streaming is going, it is an entire musical world that reacts to you practically at the speed of sound but through your phone.

All very sci-fi I admit and I would assume no app could keep up with me. I could be wrong.

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