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Today’s music industry will look as old-fashioned as a cassette tape once the metaverse is able to take full advantage of 5G technology, says one music industry lawyer.
Aarash Darroodi, executive vice president and general counsel for Fender Musical Instruments, says it’s too early to tell what the future holds for music in the metaverse because of current hardware limitations. However, he expects radical changes once cheaper, faster and smaller devices allow developers to fully exploit 5G speed. T-Mobile compared 5G wireless technology to riding a rocket versus riding a 4G scooter or 3G bicycle.
"Although carriers provide 5G, the true capabilities have not been unleashed yet, the absolute superfast speeds," he says.
Darroodi notes software is lagging behind but will probably catch up quickly. The problem is the hardware. No one has been able to create a comfortable and effective virtual or augmented reality device that allows for a fully immersive digital experience.
"It’s not there yet," he said.
Darroodi believes the ultimate virtual reality device will be some sort of glasses. He says a partnership with a major fashion brand could help adoption.
"If you can convert it into a fashion statement, it will be far more easily adopted by the masses as opposed to just techies," he said.