As it becomes increasingly easy to record music at home and achieve high quality results, more musicians are embracing recording tracks or albums in their bedrooms as a viable option. But how is this affecting the recording industry? And are our expectations as music consumers changing?

Tony Stamp talks to Sam Scott from the Phoenix Foundation, A&R managers at EMI, Jonathan from The Brunettes/Lil Chief, the manager of York St recording studio, and tutors from the Music and Audio Institute of NZ.

Produced and presented by Tony Stamp for Radio New Zealand National