I do not support the idea of capitalism.
Capitalism is a term developed by Karl Marx in opposition to socialism and communism. It has a uni-dimensional focus on the issue of ownership and government.
It is a one-dimensional line from 100% private ownership of all goods and services to 100% ownership of goods and services by government.
That has exactly no relevance to commerce.
Commerce exists in worlds that are completely dominated by the communist party. North Korea and Cuba. Commerce is small and modest in these harsh environments but commerce does exist. Even without the legal concept of private property.
On the other end of the scale we have commerce in tribal societies where no one could say there is government or ownership of any sort.
Commerce thrives wherever people need to make exchanges because the exchanges result in personal and social benefits. I give you my box of beets in exchange for your chicken... that is commerce. And we both benefit. It has nothing to do with ownership or government.
The idea of capitalism is nothing but a flimsy construction on the part of Marx to sell his antiquated anti-industrial ideas.
Nobody lives in a capitalist society.
The government owns a great deal in some instances, such as natural resources in the United States, and it has nothing to do with other areas such as music. That doesn't mean that a national park is in any way related to socialism or communism. Nor does the absence of government in dealing with a popular tune have anything to do with capitalism. The tune spreads around the world outside any notion of government or ownership.
If you wish to think clearly, get rid of the word capitalism and start using the word commerce to describe the world we live in. The world of the industrial revolution and modernity is the world of commerce.