Home Studio Business

Take REAL steps towards your DREAM
of turning your home studiointo a business.

It’s so unexpected that it kinda startles you. You’ve been making music in one form or another for years.

And lately you’ve been focused (maybe obsessed is a better word?) with making more and better music in your home studio. You’re seeing traction. You dare even whisper to yourself, “Hey, I’m getting good at this…”

Then it smacks you in the face. WHACK. An idea you can’t shake. A question. “Could I make money doing this?”

The answer, of course, is YES.

When you hear the phrase, “Start your own business,” what comes to mind? Maybe you think it’s about spending a bunch of money and slaving over spreadsheets until 3am. Or maybe you think it means living on the brink of financial ruin at any given moment. Starting a business is risky and complicated, right?

It’s not.

Starting a business is completely natural. You already spend hours every month working on music in your studio. Now just imagine that you take a portion of those hours and work on someone else’s music, for money.

You’re making music anyway. You’ve acquired the gear and the skills to produce good work out of your studio. It’s only natural that you would take that value you’ve created (your equipment and skills), and offer it to people who need it.

That’s all it means to be a business. You take something of value, and you offer it to fill a need.

Sure, there’s a lot involved, but ultimately it really is that basic. It’s a simple value exchange. They get a killer-sounding piece of music. You get money. Rinse and repeat.

“That sounds nice, Joe, but I don’t know where to start. How do I set everything up? How do I find clients? What exactly do I offer them? How much do I charge?”

I hear ya. All good questions. That’s why I created a brand new course called Home Studio Business.

While the concept of running a business is simple, it ain’t easy. It sometimes seems like there are external forces at work, forces whose sole purpose is to thwart your every business move. Some days it comes easy. Some days you wonder if you have what it takes. This is all part of the adventure of running your own business.

In case we haven’t met, my name is Joe Gilder. I’ve been running my businesses full time since 2011. I’m no flashy business motivational guru with Ferraris in the background, but I have navigated the sometimes terrifying waters of running a business, and I’ve lived to tell the tale. And the tale is simply this: you can do it. And I’d love to help.

Home Studio Business is a course designed to help you do the hard work of dreaming up what your business could be. You’ll learn:

  • Important mindset shifts that MUST happen if you want any chance of succeeding
  • The single most important word in your business
  • How to decide what services to offer
  • How to calculate your prices
  • How to package your services in a way that adds value and makes people WANT to do business with you
  • How to pursue clients
  • How to attract clients
  • The importance of changing your thinking in order to change the outcomes
  • Why you don’t have to be a Grammy winner to make a living in audio
  • The number 1 strategy for growing your business (and it has nothing to do with fancy marketing tricks or advertising)
  • How to find and create opportunities out of thin air (leaving people thinking you’re a genius)
  • How to think outside the box and open up more doors for paid work
  • How to use the internet to broaden your reach and reach new potential clients
  • and a ho’ lot mo’…

Home Studio Business was built from the ground up with you in mind. You’ve still got to do the work, and the work will be hard, but it can be terribly rewarding.


I was asked by a friend to record him and a singer. It’s the first time they’ve ever done anything like this. Following your point last week, I offered to create a simple video to go along with the recording. Tonight I’m £100 better off… and they really feel the added value…! Thanks again.
– Scott Towns, UK

We played the most prestigious stage in Bergen (Norways second largest city) tonight. The place was packed. I nailed most of my stuff. Felt like the king of the world. Incredible feeling. Just want to thank you. I don’t mean to sound weird. But I’ve told you before that following your own journey has inspired me to go all in with both my band and my studio. So even though I take credit myself for writing the songs and putting them out there, YOU are the one who made me keep believing in the dream. And tonight I took a major step towards that dream.
– Stian Sylta, Norway

Enroll Now for Just $400*

I’m not sure how long I will offer Home Studio Business as a course, but if you’re reading this page, it is still available.

You could spend thousands of dollars on business courses and mastermind groups, but I chose to keep the price of Home Studio Business reasonable. I want as many people to go through the course as possible. Why? Because we need more musicians fired up with a passion to make great music and build a business while doing it. Your community needs you to help make great music and develop upcoming artists.

And I get a kick out of watching my fellow audio nerds turn their music hobby into a business.

It never gets old. I just want to see it happen MORE.

Are you ready to jump in?

A Couple Details…

DETAIL #1 – You can get this course for 50% off (that’s $200 in savings) by becoming a VIP member. VIP memberships are currently $10/month. If that sounds like the steal of the century to you (because it is), then take the following steps:

  1. Click on THIS LINK to become a VIP member.
  2. Log into the VIP members area and look for the “VIP Member Discounts” page.
  3. Use the special Home Studio Business discount link on that page to secure your huge discount.
  4. Set aside at least one hour per week to work through the material (that’s all it takes).
  5. APPLY what you’ve learned


This one’s simple. If you don’t feel that you got your money’s worth in value from this course, you have up to one year to send me an email requesting a refund. I’ll do it. No questions asked. That’s fair, right?

DETAIL #3 – Thanks for reading this far. 😉

To better music,

Joe Gilder
Home Studio Corner