Build a solid “brick house” business as a musician by creating multiple streams of income. Learn up-to-date tactics to grow your 4 cornerstone income streams: recording & releasing music, performing & live streaming, teaching & coaching, and recurring revenue.

Join host Bree Noble as she shares profitable strategies to accelerate and diversity your income from music.

Episode Blogs

TPM 21 | Audio Mixing Techniques
  Now that we’re forced into our homes, making music alone has become even more felt. However, not many of us are quite versed when it comes to mixing, and with all the information on the Internet, it can get overwhelming to find the best resource to learn from. Joining the show to share some EQ and audio mixing techniques that will have us on par with the pros is concert sound engineer Michelle Sabolchick Pettinato. Here, Michelle
TPM 20 | Balanced Artist
  Being a full-time artist even if there’s still no way for you to make what you need solely out of your art is the perfect formula to becoming the stereotypical starving artist. Rory Gardiner joins Bree Noble on the show to explain why there is no shame in being a “balanced artist” – someone who has a day job, perhaps a family, and their art in the mix. In fact, he makes the case
TPM 19 | Launching A Successful Patreon
  Patreon has become this buzzword in the artistic and creative community that everyone thinks they should have one, but they don’t really understand what’s involved with it. On today’s podcast, Bree Noble brings on music career coach and podcast host Katie Zaccardi to show us how to launch Patreon the right way. Katie has helped tons of musicians, music teachers, and music coaches grow their careers and their bank accounts while ditching overwhelm, self-doubt,
  One of the great things about Spotify is that you have a massive opportunity on your hands to make yourself heard by the people whom your music is intended for. Spotify for Artists makes it even sweeter by giving you the tools that you need to build a fan base out of the people who listen to one or two of your songs. But with a lot of other artists competing for listeners’ attention,
Previously published on the Bandzoogle Blog. Indie artists invest a significant amount of time and money into releasing music. Album, EP, and even single releases are huge undertakings that, when done right, can attract new fans, create exciting buzz, and generate multiple streams of income for you. But there are also tons of pitfalls along the way that can lead to dropped sales, missed opportunities, and annoying regrets. And sure, there isn’t exactly a tried-and-true formula for nailing your
Previously published on the Bandzoogle blog. Online learning was already a booming business, but with the closure of schools, Universities, and non-essential businesses, the industry is poised to skyrocket. If you were already teaching students in person (music or some other skill or content), you may have already considered creating a similar program online to serve more students. Now, with social distancing, this has shifted from a “nice to have” to a “must” in order
Previously published on the Bandzoogle Blog. Warming up your audience before a release is crucial, especially if you haven’t been communicating with them regularly or releasing consistent content—which tends to happen during periods of intense recording or songwriting. But don’t worry. You’ve got plenty of time. I recommend that you start planning for your album or EP release about 12 months in advance. This gives you an ample timeline to accommodate the annoying but common delays throughout
Previously published on the Bandzoogle Blog. Recording an album or EP is an expensive undertaking. To add to whatever pressure that creates in you, the songs you decide to include can make or break the success of the project. It’s a very important decision that can’t only be based on emotions, attachments, and preferences—some facts and data must be taken into account. I like to call this using “data over drama.” And I’m going to show you
  With technology continuously upgrading, people strive to be more efficient in all transactions, meetings, and even music lessons. Join Bree Noble as she interviews Tali Mandelzweig, the Co-founder of MeetFox. Tali explains what MeetFox is all about, from its features to its applicable functions for the service you are looking for. She also shows us how to navigate the platform and how musicians can gain an added value using MeetFox. — Watch the episode here: Listen