According to Anik Dhar, music has turned out to be an experience of sound, produced largely by applying certain modern technologies. While the advent of the technology is certainly a good thing for the growth of the music industry, things are becoming too easy for anyone and everyone. He feels that this is also a glaring manifestation of the fast life and the rat race and this is apparent not just in music alone but in every walk of life. After all, if 3 chords and a glossy music video that is well marketed can ensure success, why even bother about music? The trick is to differentiate between the ideas of learning and success. One is not a guarantee of the other. Anik considers music to be his calling, his passion, his pursuit.
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