It probably would, but that's due to limitations in my production abilities. The quality of my own music is neither here nor there. I've come across plenty of musicians online who are great producers and don't have much better equipment than me, if it's better at all. In fact, my housemate is an incredible producer and were you to hear his stuff you wouldn't realise it was recorded in his bedroom. All this stuff is only ever going to get easier, too.
The way I see it, we're at a time where the industry doesn't need to exist anymore. I like to think of it like this: as I understand it, before recorded music you would get folk songs. People would visit places and hear songs and pass them on to people in their home towns. Because people heard different music, there was more interesting conversation about music than today when everyone hears generally the same things. I think the internet is the next step back to this because there is so much variety, so many podcasts, radio stations, websites and means to listen to music that exist outside of the industry, that we won't all be listening to the same thing, and we'll be able to show each other what we've heard and it'll be exciting.
That's my dream, anyway