We’re in a strange era for music, and that’s before you even take Covid-19 into account. It seems that the stuff that makes money these days is not the music itself, but everything around it. Hence why everyone has got merchandise out, or is making sample packs or doing personalised greetings for money.

Teaching people how to make music also appears to be a earner – although curiously, they always omit to mention they’re probably making more money from teaching than you will from your next tune. And the latest to join in this trend?

Step forward, Ferry Corsten. It’ll no doubt do well for him – I was a fan of Corsten for longer than most trance artists. Still, at least he’s not done a Judge Jules, charging £123 a pop for messages…