The relationship between music and technology got more connected and intertwined since the invention of electricity power in the late 19th century. This relationship became intimate and really put into use with the concepts of the "home studio" and "home made" - initiated 30 years ago with the democratisation of computers and the creation of the first sequencers and keyboards, historical jewels.
Creating music has always been the result of a long and somewhat expensive process. In addition, creativity essential material resources. But what has changed is the accessibility that allows users to create their own production space in domestic dimensions - now beyond being only human, but also incorporating technology. After the era of DJ’s being treat as royalty in the 90’s, since the early 2000s we are witnessing the rise of producers assisted by machines that have found success (also thanks to the phenomenon of “the happy artist" or new ways of free and independent distribution, but this is another story. Many of these started with the bare essentials in their rooms, not even replacing their machines with higher capacity versions.