We hear a lot of talk by musicians and other "insiders" (who are mostly
either aficionados or amateur musicians who aren't doing this kind of
thing full-time. I would be included in this list) about entropy in our
musical lexicon. We hear talk about DJs not spinning vinyl anymore,
thereby making DJing even easier than it once was (and more reliable).
We hear about DJs not constructing their set in the same way as they
used to, with less variation and care taken to the actual sound levels.
The fact that there are people who are paid more money in an hour than
most of us are paid in a day, and they aren't even really making sure
they don't redline the mixer (which actually can cause damage, I've
seen it in real life!) or take care to not ruin their fans' ears, is
both sad and hilarious at the same time. After all, your fans aren't
going to buy your music anymore if they can't hear it...