It was an interesting NAMM Show: the very week of the musical-instrument and music-education industry’s largest global expo, which traditionally takes place a week or two before the Grammy Awards, the music industry’s biggest event, the Recording Academy’s President and CEO — barely six months in office following her predecessor’s tumultuous tenure — was placed on “administrative leave” following allegations of misconduct. It unintentionally underscored a multi-billion-dollar business in the midst of disruption. The 2020 NAMM Show conference program once focused on basic retail strategies has broadened considerably and now includes #MeToo-esque lectures that explore the “long history of gender inequality in the music industry,” climate-woke environmental sustainability panels, and tutorials o