Is free access, open source “egalitarian” Internet operability to stand the resistance of traditional business toward a new understanding of ownership and dealing? By the same token, are consumers willing to accept alternative, interdependent ways of marketing and circulation of goods and services? The web has changed the music industry as we know it by presenting boundless opportunities for the emergence of new artists and a vast, fertile forum of creativity. These radical changes unleash new powers, talents and enterprises to reach out to new audiences local and globally with no need for intermediaries, and become known in no time. Does this transformation represent deeper changes in the nature and development of the human collective?